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Current Law Students / Law Review Topics?
« on: August 11, 2009, 09:01:35 AM »
I recently made Law Review and have been struggling to come up with a specific topic to write about. Besides writing about something that interests you, what is the best way to go about finding a topic unique enough to write a thorough comment about? Thanks!

Current Law Students / Re: 2L Scheduling
« on: May 14, 2009, 05:22:36 PM »
WOW. I have not considered any of these questions at all, except what I want to do when I grow up. I am interested in Labor Law, so that is up there for that reason.

I was an average student

I do care what my grades are like next semester

I have no idea actually about the forced curve for classes with a certain number of enrolled students, but i can see why that would be an important consideration

I do have a way to check the enrollment counts

I do not have access to grade distributions for past offerings of these classes

Current Law Students / 2L Scheduling
« on: May 14, 2009, 05:11:10 PM »
I need some help. I'm scheduling tonight and am not sure if there are classes you should take together or if a combination of classes would be too much for one semester to handle. Ignoring when finals are, which 5 classes would you take in a semester?   here are my choices:

1. Evidence
2. Basic Federal Income
3. Labor Law
4. Corporations
5. Pro Rep
6. Family Law
7. Trusts & Estates
8. Admin Law
9. White Collar Crime

I'm going through the Law in a Flash for Contracts made by Emanuel and was planning on purchasing the Cruchtime as well. Does anyone know if the questions used in the Law in a Flash identical to the questions used at the back of the cruchtime? I ask because I feel like the hypotheticals are the most effective learning tool for me, and if the examples are identical, I may want to pick up another supplement (although the rest of the Crunchtimes are great!)

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