So, obviously outdated law is often important to know in case the professor asks about how a case would proceed if the law applied were X outdated doctrine instead of Y current doctrine.
But how important is it, if at all important, to know truly outdated procedural rules? For example, will any professor ever ask on an exam about writs? Maybe how an appeal might proceed on a writ of error as opposed to the current system. I'm thinking I can ignore this sort of thing, but perhaps not. What about more recent changes?
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