Hi all, first post on here -
Our Crim Law professor has given one past exam of his (from a while ago) which has given me a pretty good idea as to how he's going to write the exam (he's told us he'll follow the same pattern), and I'm not sure how to go about preparing for the exam (later this week - Thursday).
His exams aren't traditional issue spotters, instead, he gives us a ~2 page fact pattern and then asks specific questions about whether accomplice liability applies, whether causation issues are satisfied, etc. I'm thus having a hard time using other practice exams I've found online to prepare, it doesn't seem like the skills are the same.
Given that we've only got the one exam and I've already done it, what else can/should I do to help prepare?
Thanks in advance!
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