« on: June 08, 2007, 09:35:11 AM »
Evidence is annoying, by far the most difficult of the three, and easily the most important class if you plan on doing litigation, or even taking a trial ad class. Trial ad is basically evidence class in a practical sense.
Our commercial law was 1/4 K stuff that wasn't covered in first year K and 3/4 secured transaction, without about a class and a half on bankruptcy. I took this my last last semester and find it very helpful in terms of getting ready for the bar, if the bar your taking has secured/commercial paper/sales on it. I found the subject matter very interesting, but I am very interested in bankruptcy, which is tied in with commercial law. The class wasn't especially difficult interms of subject matter, know annoying rules like character evidence and hearsay, but you are dealing with a lot of artificial codes so it sometimes does not flow naturally.
Biz org was boring and to make matter worse I took it durng the summer while working. It good to know, not hard, important to take but dry and lame. Easiest of the three by far.