well, it makes a difference as to what her COA is going to be. If she is going with LOIC she needs an expert to testify to the standard and that her dentist violated it....
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Distinguish Webb v McGowin from Mills v Wyman and Manwill v Oyler
(moral obligation and material benefit rule)....
Ok, big boy, let's see how you do with this one.....
Haven't got a clue. I learn legal principles, not case names.
I have a hard time believing that these people could really be students at NSL. Every encounter I have had with fellow students has been positive. People are quick to help and the spirit in our class is supportive. Everyone I've met is enthusiastic and excited about learning the law.
Yeah, we gripe about the tests, the teachers and the facilities. We gripe about the law, too. But we are a very motivated group of people.
I'd almost be willing to admit they are just a few bad apples in an excellent barrel, but no. We have a d**mned good school and d**mned good students. Anyone who says otherwise is a liar or a fool.