This is a petition from the WCL student body for the Office of the Registrar to include substantive course descriptions in its course listings. Students pay a significant price to take a finite number of credits. The lack of available course information hinders students' ability to accurately plan their academic path. Furthermore, the lack of available course information manifests a general administrative indifference towards the fundamental purpose of law school. WCL must present itself in a professional manner if it wishes to be taken seriously by students, faculty, and the legal community. It is for these reasons that the WCL student body requests that the Office of the Registrar require professors to include substantive course descriptions in its course listings.
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Patrick Grove, United States8 months ago
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