lgleye wrote:bk1 wrote:M458 wrote:Think bk1 is referring to classes where you're going to be curved with people who are gunning for federal clerkships (in addition to the two he mentioned, CivPro 2, Evidence, Federal Courts, etc.). Are these also sometimes referred to as "bar" classes?
This. People gunning for clerkships tend to take more difficult classes (as well as already be towards the top of the curve). They are less likely to take fluff classes. That said, you can get almost any class uncurved if you really want (even the aforementioned ones like FedJur/Admin/etc). You might have to take it with the crappy prof, but that's the tradeoff you make.
Can you recommend some "fluff" classes or "fluff" prof's? Thanks.
Litigation and the court of public opinion
Also: Reed Entrepeneurship Law is awesome (goes for a ton of points)
Do not take sec reg