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Christina M.
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Public Policy
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What is the definition of public policy?

Christina M.
Answer:

Public policy is the study of principles on which social laws are based. It is how government policies affect the whole population.

Pre-law
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How do you know if you want to go to law school?

Christina M.
Answer:

There are many reasons why people go to law school. It is crucial to identify your own reason and make sure that the reason is a good one. YOu want to go to law school is you're actually serious about it; you don't want to go if you're simply doing it to avoid the real world. One good way of knowing if you're serious about law school, is getting a job or internship that involves similar skills. An example of this would be becoming a paralegal for a couple of years before applying to prospective law schools.

Entrepreneurship
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What is the risk involved when committing to starting a new business?

Christina M.
Answer:

This is a very important question to ask one-self before committing to anything new. There are many risks to consider: market, financial, and management. It is crucial to identify which risks are relevant for the individual and which risks can be protected against.

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