Emory Law's first-year classes are mostly pre-set, while the second two years are filled with electives--typical law school fare, aside from its required trial techniques program. The program consists of an intensive weeklong session and (starting in 2009) a series of workshops constructed with an eye towards translating 2L students' classroom knowledge into practical litigation skills. In Vault's surveys, Emory Law students rave about the faculty and the non-competitive atmosphere, fostered by the 4.3 grading curve.
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