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Jessuf wrote:I only want to take easy classes 2L/3L for obvious reasons. Which classes are traditionally easier? Which classes should I avoid at all costs if the particular subject matter does not interest me?
In my experience paper classes are easier than exam classes. Also, anything with the words "animal," "sustainability," "fundamental," "ethics," "biomedical," "literature," "and the law," seem to be easy classes.
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Cade McNown wrote:kalvano wrote:Evidence and Admin Law.
Currently registered for both of those, along with a 5-credit Business Associations class. On a scale of 1 to fucked,...like a 9??
Evidence - E&E / Advisory Committee Notes
Admin Law - Inside Admin Law by Beermann
Used those, received good grades.
OP, don't take those if you're looking for "easy" classes. Take stuff like Entertainment Law.
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