ITT: We Celebrate Richard Freer

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dwyoung
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Re: ITT: We Celebrate Richard Freer

Postby dwyoung » Sun Jun 15, 2014 1:21 pm

Not yet a law student, but reading Rich Freer's "Introduction to Civil Procedure" on Kindle. His style is so very conversational that what could have been a dry read is engaging and interesting. There is a passion to his writing to connect and communicate. I am enjoying his book.

doctoroflaw91
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Re: ITT: We Celebrate Richard Freer

Postby doctoroflaw91 » Mon Jun 23, 2014 10:18 am

I'll hop on this train. One out of four As in my civil procedure class, thanks to Professor Freer.

1l2016
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Re: ITT: We Celebrate Richard Freer

Postby 1l2016 » Mon Jun 23, 2014 3:55 pm

dwyoung wrote:Not yet a law student, but reading Rich Freer's "Introduction to Civil Procedure" on Kindle. His style is so very conversational that what could have been a dry read is engaging and interesting. There is a passion to his writing to connect and communicate. I am enjoying his book.


Thanks for this. I was really in need of a good laugh.




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