« on: October 15, 2007, 04:47:02 PM »
15 cases per class would be ~3-4 minutes on each case, which is patently ridiculous. If you go through that many cases to learn the black letter law and expose the policy issues, your prof has no clue how to pick cases and probably shouldn't be teaching.
All of my classes we do 2 or 3 cases per class period max, and sometimes 1. Sometimes more than one class period dealing with the issues presented by a single case. 10-20 per class is off the charts stupid.