Redamon1 wrote:Property was rough for me. If you're taught the traditional common law stuff, you'll encounter lots of rules that are complex and arbitrary. My prof crammed 3 massive issue spotters on the exam and it's clear that, although I had prepared, I didn't know the material well enough to get through everything in detail. So I would say that in property more than in other classes, memorize and practice writing out answers early on so that counter-intuitive rules become intuitive and you can deliver detailed answers on demand. You can't rely on common sense policy (as much) to guide your learning and application of the BLL.
Sweeeet. Pre-writing FTW