kalvano wrote:beach_terror wrote:Depends on your class. My teacher loved quotes, and I mean lovedddd quotes. So in my exam, if I was talking about Stevens/Powell from Shaffer, I'd quote their exact words.
Then for the rules, for Twombly/Iqbal I'd initially cite to 8(a)(2) (I think thats it) and then quote twombly's "plausibility" language.
I found it made me understand civ pro so much more though. It was a pain gathering them, but having a one page outline full of quotes about purposeful availment made analogizing so much easier.
She also told me about the quotes during office hours, and didn't ever say it in class, so sucks to be someone who didn't go to office hours.