BigZuck wrote:philosoraptor wrote:Totally depends on the prof. No emails, you'll just have to keep checking. I'd say just try not to look until after the new year; if any come out early, you'll probably hear about it from your classmates or on TLS. Some profs are nice and send emails with lots of info when they post grades, but they're the exception rather than the rule.BigZuck wrote:Hey upperclass and graduated bros- when can we start expecting grades to come in? After the new year? And do we just check the UT law website or do we get an email when a grade is posted?
Ok, I'll be that guy. Anybody have thoughts on:
I think one of them is a visiting professor, can't remember who (not Dix or Meyer I know that)
You're in for a treat with Johanson. He taught my section Property last year for the first time in 35 years. He is amazing though. He is thee Probate scholar so he included more principles from his Wills & Estates class than he did from the Property casebook, but it was by far the best class of my 1L year. Buy Understanding Property to get a good working knowledge of basic property doctrine (sometimes he gets confused and you may come away from some topics feeling like he didn't elaborate enough). Besides that, go to class and get an idea of what he finds important. Supplement isn't enough given that he tested the Texas Community Property statute and Federal Gift Tax on our exam, all of which was discussed in class.