Notorious RBG wrote:I think part of it is a concern that people with accommodations get an unfair advantage (which they definitely would, reading what was written here- half the difficulty of the bar is the sheer mass of information we have to remember, so being clued into even just the general issues would give a huge boost). But they're definitely done by now. So, must be copyright stuff? Ethics stuff?
I agree with you to a certain extent & understand if they had advance notice of the 6 essays, that would be an unfair advantage, but even having a hint for PT's about how a case holds for one party where a rule's found, is by no means an unfair advantage or helpful. I can't remember a damn thing about PT1 right now, but even if I had some advance notice, it would not help because you still need to read, have a full understanding of it, know what facts apply, and analyze it. There is an overload of info, you can barely manage it. Having a few extra facts only adds to the load. I had so many things written down on the outline, but couldn't get to them even if I had a couple extra hours, which I didn't. Plus, they tell you what the issue is. just something about having my messages regulated by a group that is supposed promote free speech. Venting kinda helped relieve anxiety about what the hell happened in there.