At first, I didn't mind contracts at all ... but as the cases have gotten more and more engrained in what I call "business-y transactions" (as in, freaking complicated crap between corporations that I can barely understand to begin w/ b/c I was an English major and NOT into business at all), I am starting to hate it.
It seems to make no sense whether the UCC or Common Law is used, either ... like, the courts can change their mind. And, I like the professor, but he'll question the outcome of every case, which I know is good for seeing both sides, but it's frustrating to not be able to see what answer is at least "more" right.
I just think reading the cases for contracts is SO boring. I have to sit down and FORCE myself to read through, and I've stopped briefing for that class b/c 1. Reading the cases 1 time through is painful enough, and 2. I get more out of taking notes on them in class.
I can understand why everyone hates Lawyering (legal research and writing), b/c it's kind of boring and simple, but at least it doesn't hurt my brain. lol
My favorite is Torts ... loverly torts