Fresh Prince wrote:
Thanks! I know this sounds strange, but I've actually given up on the CA evidence distinctions (except for prop 8 and some rando ones). To be able to properly dole those out will give you a chance at 80+, but I'm content with a 65 to solid 70 for all 6 essays
If I could get 65 on all the essays I'll be crying tears of joy.
Random PR question. My notes say that a lawyer may enter into business transactions with client ONLY IF (i)Terms are Fair to client, (ii) Disclosed in understandable writing, (iii) Client has opportunity to consult with outside lawyer, and (iv) Client provides written consent (Written DISCLOSURE to client is sufficient in CA).
My question is the consent part. If you are entering into a business transaction with your client, isn't it always going to be consensual? If you are disclosing the terms of the deal to the client in an "understandable writing," isn't the actual contract you sign with the client to do the deal going to provide evidence of written consent?