cactuarX3 wrote:Awesome 3Ls (or 2Ls or whoever is a lot less clueless than me),
Anyone know about the following professors?
EDIT: never mind, found out how to get books (wow, i'm retarded)
<---- Obviously clueless, tyia
Nadler is a terrific person, and GREAT in office hours. Hers were the only ones I went to more than once. She loves just chatting with students about crime/law/stuff even if it's unrelated to class. She's very friendly in class, but her exam was a LOT more difficult than expected. You want to actually write out analyses for the case studies you do, and get feedback from her and the TA. I blew this off, and I regretted it.
Redish is highly entertaining. He has tangents, and if you let that bother you, you're going to have a bad time. Just sit back and enjoy the ride, and do the reading. You should understand his reasoning on each of the cases by the end (but you probably won't before that). Try to get a good outline for the class from an older students- that helps a lot. I ended up making my own based off of it, and that was good. Also, he plays favorites, but it seems to be mostly for entertainment and not because he thinks they're smarter. He's helpful in office hours but can be a little brusque. I recommend going in pairs.