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Exhausting was the consensus when we took it. I have no idea about the penguin torts. However, I do know that the religious affiliation of the rabbi and the priest are not admissible under evidence to enhance their character.
I don't think you will see any nursery rhymes on the test. Maybe some defensless cats, but I don't remember any nursery rhymes. I do seem to remember a question about I think it was plastic snakes and lizards in a mailbox, but that might have been on the final.
« on: January 07, 2005, 10:54:52 AM »
I am taking Civil Pro and Property both right now. Civil Pro is lots of rules to remember and apply. Property is lots of archaeic terms. Once you get past the Rule of Perpetuities, property doesn't seem do bad. I am really not having a problem with either, it is Evidence that is kicking my butt.