Unjust Enrichment wrote:Williams scares the life out of me. I think I'll do just fine in property when all is said and done, but con law...while I grasp each case just fine individually, I don't seem to be "getting" it from a big picture standpoint at all.
Then again, this many weeks before finals still, there's still time to get it. Fall semester taught me that much.
Honestly, just regurgitate whatever he said during the semester. I enjoyed Williams a lot, but he really just wants to hear you echo him on the exam. Utilize his 'boxes' a lot. Anything you don't know, just BS a convincing argument and you'll do fine. Depending on who you have, you really should worry about property more. Con Law is entirely bullshit by definition as a subject. You can make everything up and still do ok. There's actually, like, rules and shit in property.