Desert Fox wrote:releasethehounds wrote:I'm getting ridiculously grateful in this last week or so that Arizona uses the UBE. There's no state-specific stuff on the exam, but I did have to take some 60 hour online class on arizona specific law before I was authorized to sit for the bar. I think that going to law school in Illinois then trying to learn Arizona specific stuff would have been kind of nightmarish. You guys are rock stars that have to learn state specific stuff.
Plus side: I don't have to learn Louisiana law.
I went to school in Illinois and still didn't learn any illinois law.
Coincidentally. one of the guys who does Ill state law for themis teaches at ASU.
Drove me vaguely insane that classes on things like Family Law only tended to teach the "Illinois specific" law. I get that most students stay in-state but at least half of my class was from outside of Illinois and didn't plan to stay.
Is it Kramer? I think he's an alumni from my school.