dailygrind wrote:I'm considering going:
Sec Reg (Mahoney draw, though I guess that means that a lot of ambitious people will be jumping on this.)
Law and Game Theory (hopefully an easy class for me given strong prior knowledge of game theory)
Admin (why are we meeting so often for a 3 credit class? Am I going to regret this?)
Law Firm as a Business Org (probably something I'd be thinking about a lot as the semester went on - it'd be nice to do it formally too, but the paper requirement gives me pause).
considering trading out the last two classes for Bankruptcy + Secured Transactions (heard they paired up well together), or Evidence + Remedies (figure I should get them out of the way). Anyone have any suggestions/insight?
The only other Sec Reg professor is Kitch... so if the subject interests you (or if it's relevant towards your intended practice), you should definitely take it with Mahoney. With regard to Admin, I would wait until we figure out whether Magill is teaching it at all. If not, Duffy sounds better than Fischman. Evidence is always a good class to take, but if you wait till Spring you can take it with Michael Collins (who is probably one of the best professors here). Remedies with Laycock should be good--I'd put him on the same level as Collins, and he is the master of the field. I will definitely be taking that. Don't know much about the other classes.