I liken it to be shot in the gut, as the student looks at his brief in disbelief... et tu Civil Procedure?
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Im down to 4 different highlighters... my goal is to be down to 2 by by 2L Also i write 3-4 sentences on the first page in the margins to give me a quick overview of what happened in the case for when i get called on and my mind goes blank for a second
« on: September 13, 2005, 07:11:18 PM »
To tell you the truth i dont think it has that much to do with the facts... a large part of contracts seems to be governed by public and business policy.
In my torts class last week someone was unprepared, instead of wasting the classes time he actually said, "im unprepared to argue this case" professor just went to the next person... i think they respect the fact you are honest with them instead of trying to bull your way through a question. Everyone is different though.
Quick question, think i already know the answer just want to make sure... After i use my long cite for a case in a memo...
ex: Heiman v. Parrish, 942 P.2d 631 (Kan. 1997)
which short cite do i use... See id. at 633 or Id. at 633 ??