One of the A's and th C were 4 hours apiece. the other two were 3 apiece. I also had a P in research for 2 more hours.
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I got an A in Contracts
I got an A in Con law
I got a B- in civil procedure
I got a C in torts.
I knew when i walked out that i aced contracts. i thought i would get a B in Con law. I thought I would get an A in civil procedure and a B- in torts.
Its weird that a class i thought i nailed i got a B- in while one i thought i blew i got an A in. I am fine with all of my grades except for the B- in civ pro. I really felt like i knew everything. As for the C in torts. I just misread a question. Ill take the hit for that. Oh well just thought i would share.
« on: January 15, 2007, 11:58:25 AM »
it appears that their is no consideration given for the additional 1000 dollars. the time frame is the consideration for the 500 dollars. that is binding.
Their is no prommissory estopple because their is no injustice that can only be avoided by enforcing the promise to pay the other 1000 dollars. U should still go through the outlined steps though. 1 was their a promise. 2. did the plaintiff act on that promise. 3. did acting on that promise cause a detriment to the plaintiff or a benefit to the defendant. 4. can justice only be avoided by enforcing the promise.
U can also bring up economis duress. courts look down on companies who try and charge more money in the middle of te job. The facts arent very clear on if that would work in this problem but its always good to throw in just in case.
« on: January 12, 2007, 04:36:06 PM »
a jd is a doctorate. you can call youself doctor its just that nobody does. Its a good thing to. who wants to be like those losers with phd's in english who call themselves doctor.
Im pretty sure that all post graduate degrees are doctoral programs.
General Board / Re: Does your school post grades in time for you to drop everything and get a refund« on: January 09, 2007, 09:57:38 AM »
i believe we get r grades back in time to drop out and get a refund. we dont have alot of time to make the decision though.
I was overwieght when law school started. about 215 pounds. At the end of the semester i was 240 pounds. I am in the army reserve and just rapping up my last few months. I had to pass a pt and body fat test this week to get my money for school. I havent eaten in about 60 hours and i have been hitting the gym. I have lost 11.5 pounds so far. Starting tomorrow afternoon i get to start eating again. I am going to outback to get a steak and baked potatoe. After that i am going to start spending 5 days a week in the gym again and try to eat a lot healtheir this semester. My goal is to be at 200 pounds by May.