shumpshump wrote:What classes do you guys have? Conlaw is a bitch to read for but Crim and Property are actually pretty interesting (and short and to the point!).
Con law is boring, and I haven't looked at any of my professors old exams yet, but I'm honestly wondering what the point of reading for it is. Seems like it would be even more useless than in other classes, since I imagine the interpretation of the constitution that SCOTUS does is basically what we'll be expected to do on our exams? But who knows, maybe I'm way off. I hate my crim textbook (I think most people in my section, and even my professor, also hate it haha), so reading for that is a bitch. Don't want to out myself by reveling my 2 electives, but one of them doesn't really have much reading, while the other has a lot (but I skim basically everything that isn't the cases).
Overall, reading this semester isn't too bad, but also because I'm not really worrying about it at all. Its the 3rd week of my semester though, so I'm thinking in the next week or 2 I should start outlining. Need to improve from last semester (medianpwned, but I'm not TOO worried about that since I'm at Penn), but not really sure where to start since I haven't even gotten my exams back yet.