My Property class uses Singer's casebook, which has a very unorthodox, theoretical/public-policy oriented approach to property law. Thus, none of the practice exams I've found online seem to test the material well. Does anybody know where I can access / is anybody willing to share old property exams + exam keys based on the Singer approach to property? Thanks!
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I used the Singer casebook and found it very good. Unlike the casebooks in my other classes, the Singer books spells out the BLL and every variant. Unfortunately, I can't help you with sample essays because this is the first time my professor has taught property.
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