That does seem like a really nice feature. Which seminars have you taken? What are they like? So, I can be confident that I'll get a class with Nussbaum if I want one?
Do you know which clinics are being added?
Also, the internet ban doesn't really bother me. So in case you are worried about it hurting recruitment, that might not be the case!
PS You all do a great job answering questions. I actually only post on here to take advantage of your expertise.
Yeah, if you want to take a class with Nussbaum, it won't be a problem.
In my law school career, I have taken the following seminars (counting the ones I'll take next quarter):
American Legal Theory (the last class Albert Alschuler
taught at Chicago)
Federal Sentencing (taught by Alison Siegler
, a federal public defender who is heading up one of the new clinics next year)
Game Theory (taught by Douglas Baird
, one of my favorite profs)
IP Litigation (taught by a law firm partner who does IP work)
Law & Science (taught by Judge Posner)
Property Theory (taught by Prof. Strahilevitz, one of everybody's favorite young faculty members)
Public Choice (taught by Dean Levmore)
Workshop: Law & Politics
Workshop: Law & Economics
I think the only seminar I ever bid on and didn't get into was Trade Secrets with Strahilevitz (it was one of the rare seminars that 1Ls were allowed to bid on, and I ended up being only one person away from getting in).