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Thinking about law school? Major in English and textual studies
Thinking about a career in law? Find out how majoring in English and textual studies (ETS) will provide the skills needed to be successful in law school and beyond at a panel discussion “ETS Goes to Law School: How and English major can prepare you for a
career in law,” 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 24, in the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, Bird Library, Room 114.
The event will include free pizza and insomnia cookies, plus a discussion with
Tucker Culbertson, assistant professor of law in the College of Law; Amy Friers, pre-law advisor in The College of Arts and Sciences; and Adam Blechman, an ETS alumnus who is enrolled at Northeastern University Law School.
The event is presented by the Department of English in The College of Arts and Sciences. Contact: Jolynn Parker, English studies