leobowski wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Well, I was hoping I could learn evidence in barbri which seems to be the case based on whats been said in this thread. No point in studying the E&E if its going to be so state specific.
Evidence isn't really state-specific. IIRC 40+ states have based their rules around the FRE. If you learn the FRE, you will have a good grasp at the basics and then it will be easier to pick up the minor state-specific variations. It was a really valuable class for me, but your experience may vary.
Having done courtroom work in 3 states now, unless I've been extremely unlucky in landing outside of those 40, the rules and procedures varied quite a bit.
But I'm not talking about the foundational shit. Hearsay will be hearsay, leading is leading.