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I found remedies to be really dry. It was my worst class the semester I took it, and I struggled to pay attention. That said, it was a really useful class. You need to know what remedies you can ask for as a lawyer and now that I've taken it I'm often shocked at how little of a clue my classmates have. Just go up to a 3L and ask if he knows what a declaratory judgment is. Probably won't. Probably should. So I would recommend it, but unless you have an easy teacher, don't expect it to be a breeze.
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I would agree if you intend to enter general practice as a civil trial attorney. Many defenses are equitable and so are many causes of action. Our courts are courts of law and equity and often there is an equitable remedy or defense where the law fails.
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Yeah, as my remedies professor put it remedies is not a real class. You should only take it if you have an interesting professor who can use that not a real class in an interesting way, so like I really enjoyed it cause the Prof was great. I can't say I learned any "law" in it though.
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