Obnoxious win! Just for that, I will work in the incorrect your/you're somewhere in this post.
kings84_wr wrote:Last year I remember them coming in around 11pm mon-friday, but then on saturday in the afternoon earlier.
Feel lucky as last year we did not have any grades at least for another week haha.
There is zero method to the madness. Some came during school hours, some during weekends, some in the middle of the night. If a teacher is to be believed, there is at least a 3-4 day delay, depending on you're teacher.
chihuahua12 wrote:If someone could elaborate a bit more on the summer start program that would be great. Any regrets? Is it worth it? How does it change the courses you take during 1L if you take torts over the summer?
I only recommend it for people who can read through a thread and find the multiple discussions. I'd highly recommend it.
To all those interested in what it takes to maintain the scholarship I just received this reply from the admissions office,
"Thanks for your continued interest in Indiana Law.
Satisfactory progress means remaining in good academic standing. You will keep your scholarship as long as you remain enrolled in the school.
90% sure I am heading to IUB.
Guess they are continuing the same rules. As long as you maintain above a 2.3, you keep your scholarship. I've never heard of a grade below a C+. If you get below a C- average, you likely have bigger problems than keeping the scholarship.
Old post, but just had to chime in. I had D. Williams for Con Law and it was horrific. I really hated his style and wanted to stick a fork through my eye every class. You might it consider it just telling us his views, but it seemed like it was a sermon indoctrination to many of us. I had some great professors, like Hoffman, Buxbaum, Geyh and Stake, but Williams was a piece of work. No doubt Williams has a high IQ, but so does Hoffman and he's not a douchebag.
On a side note, I hated his wife even more. We had a mandatory sensitivity or some sort of class wide event with speakers, with Susan as the MC. Susan would ask a question, and then anytime anyone disagreed with her position or didn't spout back the same viewpoint as Susan wanted, she would instantly cut off the person. IMHO, she is a b*tch.
I'd recommend listening to Kings advice as opposed to this guys. If what he says is true, he is 35+ and somehow found TLS. I have no idea what type of sensitivity class he is talking about, but they don't do anything like that. Even though I don't agree with Williams general politics, he was one of my favorite teachers.
And considering the positive comments about Hoff, this must either be another account of UnjustEnrichment, or someone who has no basis to give advice to people who will be taking classes.
Sorry, I meant to start that off with "IMHO" so it's not as rude. I also plan on complaining about my high school freshman English teacher, and I imagine every aspect remains the same with how she teaches 10 years later.
FWIW, Gjerdingen was by far my least favorite professor.
Did you notice or hear about a non-correlation between Gjerdingen's grades versus other classes?
Short of a small, small percentage of the class, I have seen or heard about very little correlation between grades overall, regardless of Gjgerdingen.