yournamehere wrote:Does anyone know anything about the Section 4 profs? Woolley, Dammann, Wagner?
Also, we have to take three courses + elective + LR/LW? Is it just me or does that seem like way too much work?
Wooley is great. He did his undergrad at Stanford and law school at Yale. But if you're from Mississippi, get ready to be on call for the multitude of Mississippi cases. He usually tries to find some personal tie-in between a case and the person he's going to call on, so be warned. He's got a ton of his old exams online which are the same 10 years ago as they are now.
Damman's a quirky guy. He went to Yale for law school too. He can seem a little intimidating when he's speaking about a complex issue or when he calls on you, but he quickly brings it back down to earth with some kind of Tom Cruise hypo. Just make sure to do the reading when your day to be on call rolls around. He doesn't call on hardly anybody and does most of the talking himself, but he will be very irritated if you're not prepared when he calls on you.
If you guys want any insight on anymore profs, just put it out there. Or if you wanted to know something about an elective next year or journals or organizations, put that out there too.