I call on your collective knowledge once again! Please assign the following classes a numerical value for probable difficulty of subject matter: 1 being easiest and 10 being hardest
Con Law I
Federal Regulation of Securities
Trademarks and Unfair Competition
I imagine I'll be taking some combination of these next semester. No evidence? Hmmm....
Antitrust is a challenging class and can have a TON of reading depending on who teaches it. I took it last year with Crane (visitor, went to Michigan) and it was a great class but he said it can be difficult to understand AT without really understanding the details of the cases so our average reading load was probably 25-30 pages per class. Admittedly I didn't end up finishing all of the reading and still did fine in the class, but it's definitely something to think of.
I wouldn't recommend taking Securities unless you're taking it concurrently with Corporations (or if you've had Corps before). I took all 3 Henderson classes last year (Securities, Corps and M&A) and Securities was my least favorite. I think Henderson does a good job with it but the material is INCREDIBLY dry. I can't imagine anyone making it that much more interesting than him but it's pretty boring stuff.