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Brock University has launched Law Plus, a four-year, non-credit program that will help students gain pre-law knowledge and hands-on experience in the field. A Brock release states that the program is modelled on Med Plus, which is designed for students studying health care. “Similar to Med Plus, being in the Law Plus program will open students’ eyes to a variety of career paths that will use the skills and experiences they’ve gained,” said Cara Krezek, Director, Co-op, Career and Experiential Education. Brock adds that Law Plus students will spend between five and seven hours each week attending skill-based workshops and guest lectures, and participate in volunteer placements with community organizations.



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