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TTH
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Great Moment of Law School

Postby TTH » Fri Aug 03, 2012 11:17 am

While looking up the books I needed to get for this semester, I saw this gem for one of my classes:

The book Mauet, Pretrial (Aspen, 7th ed. 2008) will be optional for my class.


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I have registered well.

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Re: Great Moment of Law School

Postby SchopenhauerFTW » Fri Aug 03, 2012 7:00 pm

Obviously 3L. :lol:

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Tanicius
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Re: Great Moment of Law School

Postby Tanicius » Fri Aug 03, 2012 7:05 pm

TTH wrote:
The book Mauet, Pretrial (Aspen, 7th ed. 2008) will be optional for my class.

I have registered well.




Yes, you have, but not because the book is optional. Mauet, especially his trial ad book, is a good read in or outside of class.

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Re: Great Moment of Law School

Postby Onthebrink » Fri Aug 03, 2012 7:06 pm

Tanicius wrote:
TTH wrote:
The book Mauet, Pretrial (Aspen, 7th ed. 2008) will be optional for my class.

I have registered well.




Yes, you have, but not because the book is optional. Mauet, especially his trial ad book, is a good read in or outside of class.


His evidence book was fantastic for Mock trial

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Re: Great Moment of Law School

Postby Tanicius » Fri Aug 03, 2012 7:11 pm

Onthebrink wrote:
Tanicius wrote:
TTH wrote:
The book Mauet, Pretrial (Aspen, 7th ed. 2008) will be optional for my class.

I have registered well.




Yes, you have, but not because the book is optional. Mauet, especially his trial ad book, is a good read in or outside of class.


His evidence book was fantastic for Mock trial


UAZ hosts a college mock trial tournament where he sometimes volunteers as a judge. I would have paid money to meet him.




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