My Path toBecoming a Lawyer Alexus Blake Advisory March 16, 2012
What is Criminal Law ? • Criminal Law is a Law that deals with the crime committed against the public by the public. This law is focusing on the general and how they respond or take charges for the offences they have made. The reason why criminal law is made is to discipline the person and to protect the people from criminals.
Prerequisites …• To enter the Department, a student in the Class of 2014 must complete, by the end of sophomore year, the prerequisite courses ECO 100, 101, 202 and MAT 103 (or equivalents), earning a letter grade of C or better in each. ORF 245 can be substituted for 202 . ( www.princeton.edu/economics.com)
UCLA • This university alone generates over $5.6 billion a year worth of goods and services. • UCLA was founded in 1919, under the Cub Californian Acceptance rate:21.9% (2010)
Admission Requirements ( GPA/Class Rank of entering freshman .• A minimum of 15 college-preparatory courses (a-g courses), with at least 11 finished prior to the beginning of your senior year. 15 courses are:a. History/social science2 years• b. English:4 years• d. Laboratory science 2 years• e. Language other than English 2 years*• f. Visual and performing arts 1 year
Cal State L.A. • Cal State L.A was founded in 1947 by an Act of the California legislature and opens for classes on the campus of L.A city college. • Acceptance rate:67.2% (2010)
Class Rank of entering freshman .• English 4 years• Mathematics 3 years Algebra I, Geometery, Algebra II; or integrated mathematics including these• Social Science 2 years Social Science including one year of U.S. History or U.S. History and Government• Lab Science 2 years Science with a laboratory (one year biological and one year physical)• Foreign Language 2 years (The same language)