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For example, I spoke with a Cooley grad (save the Cooley jokes) about his one class and he said that even when they asked the professor real, need-to-know questions, the professor would respond with a question. That is the type of teaching I hope to avoid in picking a law school.
So any thoughts? stories?
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johansantana21 wrote:Doesn't matter, it depends on professor, not school.
Yeah, my Contracts professor is extrememly Socratic. Torts is pretty socratic. Property and Civ Pro not at all. I feel like I get what I need out of each one after I leave class but I am definitely put more work into preparing for Contracts and Torts.
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