crumpetsandtea wrote:Hey guys!! Any 2Ls/3Ls have opinions about these classes? Looking for interesting classes, good professors, preferably uncurved/easy A's.
Which one would be a better choice between:
14th Amendment w/Hughes v. American Legal History w/Presser
Remedies w/Lupo v. Evidence w/Koehler
Corporations w/Mitchell (thoughts on the quarter structure, is the class generally curved or uncurved, etc)
Bus. Assoc. w/ either Eigen or Litvak (compare/contrast preferable, if we want to take Entrep. Law is it worth waiting for Reed or should we just get it over with)
I took corporations back in 2010. Mitchell didn't teach it back then. I remember the breakdown being something like 50% A's, 30%'s B's, 10% C's and some +/-'s mixed in. The biggest asset to this class is that fact that it is a quarter class and it takes some stress off come finals time (i.e., one less class to study for).
Instead of taking 14A, what about taking Law & Social Change (?) taught be Len. While the title is somewhat deceptive, it was my understanding that this class was very similar to 14A and entailed an exam/paper option. While I personally did not take this class, Len is fantastic! I took Hughes for evidence and hated it. She just wasn't my style. I was bored and many people didn't even bother showing up for class.