swc65 wrote:If we are starting predictions again, I'll go ahead and post mine. This way I can look back and see if I'm right.
Crim- B+ (laptop exploded in the middle of it, but I'm going to give myself the benefit of the doubt)
Law and Econ- B+
Ill update after I take my next two tests.
How was Law and Econ anyway? I was tempted to take it after enjoying an econ-heavy Contracts (prof had a PhD in econ) but psyched myself out because I figured every econ major in our class would be in there.
Legislation was dull but left me feeling more confident about statutory interpretation. The final was hilarious though, we spent half the class discussing Legislation-related issue (immunity, campaign finance, re-districting & gerrymandering, corruption, theories of representation, legislative process, etc...). Half the class, half the readings, half the outline. Yet on the exam it was 3 straightforward statutory interpretation questions that required almost no background knowledge. Any law student could've accidentally walked on our exam and given passable answers to all the questions. However, with answers that "can't be wrong", I suspect the curve will be very tight and my half-finished final answer is going to give the Prof an easy way to "distinguish" me from my peers.