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APimpNamedSlickback wrote:also, think creatively. dont be afraid to draw connections across doctrines. this is common law derived from the same basic principles. but still use good judgment.
torts is relatively easy. go through the e&e and take practice exams and you'll be fine. good luck.
Very true, but be careful, if you're using cases as reference points, to stick only intentional tort cases to intentional torts, and negligence to negligence. I'd also recommend gauging what the professor's pet peeves are in office hours (mine liked emphasizing procedural posture, for example).