I'm in MN. Anyone have the scoop on Hershovitz (Torts), Bagenstos (ConLaw) or Prescott (CrimLaw)?
You're lucky to have Hershovitz. My favorite professor last year for sure. Young energetic professor, one of the brightest people you will meet and a really great guy to have first semester because he'll make sure you understand lots of the procedural stuff happening in cases (something lots of other people ignore). Hershovitz is a philosopher, so you'll get a lot of the counterarguments to the law & econ arguments you normally get in Torts.
I haven't had Prescott (yet), but he's also a fairly young law & economics type that people seem to like. I think his final is a take home.