keg411 wrote:You can tell mostly 1L's are voting because ConLaw isn't winning running away. Y'all will learn eventually; it's basically like a history class and brings out the most obnoxious gunning possible.
ConLaw is seriously the worst class in existence -- if it's an elective at your school and you can avoid it... AVOID IT.
I disliked property more. Both had their own difficulties in learning - con law required an understanding of the historical context and perhaps some working knowledge of politics (which I am fairly uninterested in), while property seemed like an amalgamation of a thousand different rules which had developed in different places for different reasons and didn't always conform well to some larger logical purpose. Con law at least touched on stuff I was interested in though; the equal protection section of the course was really pretty fascinating. Property...it's probably a subjective thing but I thought it was about as interesting as watching paint dry.
Damn-this is what I've heard. My aunt's told me that, as much of a pain in the ass as civ pro can seem to be, property is a million times worse. Do not want...
Actually next semester, no Torts or Crim-my favorite classes. Contracts II, Civ Pro II, Con Law I, Property. It could end up being the perfect storm...oh my god