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4/8/10 5:43 PM
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 Seconded.
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Take a drafting class if they have one where you are at. Otherwise, pick up a book like "Negotiating and Drafting Contract Boilerplate." If you can come in at least understanding the basics and why they matter, you will be ahead of most first years. Unfortunately, they don't teach much that is useful for transactional work in law school.
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