Columbia ASW March 3-4!

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby lsathalon » Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:24 pm

georgina wrote:
maggiebre wrote:My class is with Morrison, 2:00


see you there!


i'll be there, too!

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby holborn » Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:25 pm

babaghanouj wrote:
julesm2200 wrote:
nateDgr8 wrote:
babaghanouj wrote:Dubler, 2:00


+1


damnit. im all alone.

come to dubler? :D


I heard Ferguson was a great prof though. so maybe you all should just come to mine haha

i wonder if they all gave us the same case to read... my guess is yes.

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby notanumber » Mon Mar 01, 2010 2:45 pm

georgina wrote:
maggiebre wrote:My class is with Morrison, 2:00


see you there!


Poor William E. Story the 2nd. Got himself into a bit of a tangle. . .

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby Dignan » Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:15 pm

maggiebre wrote:My class is with Morrison, 2:00

+1

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby Tofu » Mon Mar 01, 2010 3:42 pm

julesm2200 wrote:
maggiebre wrote:My class is with Morrison, 2:00


oh ok. I have Ferguson at 2 as well. I guess that answers my question.


Ferguson, 2:00

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby blue5385 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:13 pm

I have Ferguson at 2 pm, I'm glad to see I'm not all alone! :D

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby Foozle » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:26 pm

lsathalon wrote:
georgina wrote:
maggiebre wrote:My class is with Morrison, 2:00


see you there!


i'll be there, too!

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby imchuckbass58 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:37 pm

Dubler, Morrison and Ferguson are all awesome professors.

The cases are not the same - they're picked by the prof. Last year Ferguson did Palsgraf - is he doing it again this year?

Also, I know you guys were half-joking, but these mock classes are super non-intense. You should probably do the reading just because you'll get more out of it and otherwise you'll just be lost for 45 minutes, but it's all volunteer and the questioning is not bad.

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby holborn » Mon Mar 01, 2010 5:39 pm

imchuckbass58 wrote:Dubler, Morrison and Ferguson are all awesome professors.

The cases are not the same - they're picked by the prof. Last year Ferguson did Palsgraf - is he doing it again this year?

Also, I know you guys were half-joking, but these mock classes are super non-intense. You should probably do the reading just because you'll get more out of it and otherwise you'll just be lost for 45 minutes, but it's all volunteer and the questioning is not bad.


Yup, I have to read Palsgraf and I have Ferguson. And while I get that its not supposed to be super-intense, ill still be scared shitless if it seems, even for a second, like I will get called on.

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby tomhobbes » Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:57 pm

Morrison!

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby MeTalkPrettyOneDay » Mon Mar 01, 2010 8:53 pm

julesm2200 wrote:And while I get that its not supposed to be super-intense, ill still be scared shitless if it seems, even for a second, like I will get called on.
You won't. And although I haven't had him, I hear Ferguson is super nice.


I think I had Hemphill last year. Does no one have him this year? :(

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby muahawhawhaw » Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:08 pm

Morrison. Actually excited for my first assigned reading in 9+ months... can't imagine what it's like for people who've been out of school for longer.

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby blue5385 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:39 pm

MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:And although I haven't had him, I hear Ferguson is super nice.


Good. I was starting to have horrible visions of getting called on & forgetting everything about Palsgraff I had read on the plane.
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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby Tofu » Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:44 pm

So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby The Dan » Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:47 pm

Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?


http://lmgtfy.com/?q=new+york+city+weather

:P

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby Tofu » Mon Mar 01, 2010 9:57 pm

The Dan wrote:
Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?


http://lmgtfy.com/?q=new+york+city+weather

:P


Thanks n_n

I don't know how 40 feels like though :(

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby MeTalkPrettyOneDay » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:02 pm

blue5385 wrote:
MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:And although I haven't had him, I hear Ferguson is super nice.(


Good. I was starting to have horrible visions of getting called on & forgetting everything about Palsgraff I had read on the plane.
Seriously, don't sweat these mock classes! You should read/skim the case just so you can follow along in the mock class, but you don't need to anything more than that. The mock classes are really laid-back... you won't get grilled.

Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?
It's supposed to be low 40s or high 30s on Wednesday and Thursday. We got a fair amount of snow over the weekend, but it's starting to melt. If you're not used to such temperatures, pack in layers. Figure pants + shirt + layering sweater + a light/medium jacket. You may not need the sweater or the jacket, but at least you'll have them.

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby Dignan » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:12 pm

MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:
blue5385 wrote:
MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:And although I haven't had him, I hear Ferguson is super nice.(


Good. I was starting to have horrible visions of getting called on & forgetting everything about Palsgraff I had read on the plane.
Seriously, don't sweat these mock classes! You should read/skim the case just so you can follow along in the mock class, but you don't need to anything more than that. The mock classes are really laid-back... you won't get grilled.

Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?
It's supposed to be low 40s or high 30s on Wednesday and Thursday. We got a fair amount of snow over the weekend, but it's starting to melt. If you're not used to such temperatures, pack in layers. Figure pants + shirt + layering sweater + a light/medium jacket. You may not need the sweater or the jacket, but at least you'll have them.

+1 on the pants. :)

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby The Dan » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:49 pm

Tofu wrote:
The Dan wrote:
Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?


http://lmgtfy.com/?q=new+york+city+weather

:P


Thanks n_n

I don't know how 40 feels like though :(



It feels much warmer than I'm used to right now. :(

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby blue5385 » Mon Mar 01, 2010 10:50 pm

MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:
Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?
It's supposed to be low 40s or high 30s on Wednesday and Thursday. We got a fair amount of snow over the weekend, but it's starting to melt. If you're not used to such temperatures, pack in layers. Figure pants + shirt + layering sweater + a light/medium jacket. You may not need the sweater or the jacket, but at least you'll have them.


I'm glad the weather is going to be relatively nice. :) One of the things I was really worried about was that it would be too cold in early March to walk around much, but low 40s is completely fine.

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby tomhobbes » Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:59 pm

blue5385 wrote:
MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:
Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?
It's supposed to be low 40s or high 30s on Wednesday and Thursday. We got a fair amount of snow over the weekend, but it's starting to melt. If you're not used to such temperatures, pack in layers. Figure pants + shirt + layering sweater + a light/medium jacket. You may not need the sweater or the jacket, but at least you'll have them.


I'm glad the weather is going to be relatively nice. :) One of the things I was really worried about was that it would be too cold in early March to walk around much, but low 40s is completely fine.


My God... I'm from California, and now I am terrified.

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby blue5385 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:34 am

tomhobbes wrote:
blue5385 wrote:
MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:
Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?
It's supposed to be low 40s or high 30s on Wednesday and Thursday. We got a fair amount of snow over the weekend, but it's starting to melt. If you're not used to such temperatures, pack in layers. Figure pants + shirt + layering sweater + a light/medium jacket. You may not need the sweater or the jacket, but at least you'll have them.


I'm glad the weather is going to be relatively nice. :) One of the things I was really worried about was that it would be too cold in early March to walk around much, but low 40s is completely fine.


My God... I'm from California, and now I am terrified.


Don't be. I'm from Chicago and we have completely different definitions of what constitutes nice weather & cold.

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby deneuve39 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 8:48 am

MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:
blue5385 wrote:
MeTalkPrettyOneDay wrote:And although I haven't had him, I hear Ferguson is super nice.(


Good. I was starting to have horrible visions of getting called on & forgetting everything about Palsgraff I had read on the plane.
Seriously, don't sweat these mock classes! You should read/skim the case just so you can follow along in the mock class, but you don't need to anything more than that. The mock classes are really laid-back... you won't get grilled.

Tofu wrote:So how's the weather in NYC right now, for those who are there?
It's supposed to be low 40s or high 30s on Wednesday and Thursday. We got a fair amount of snow over the weekend, but it's starting to melt. If you're not used to such temperatures, pack in layers. Figure pants + shirt + layering sweater + a light/medium jacket. You may not need the sweater or the jacket, but at least you'll have them.


I had Morrison for a mock class last year and he called on people...

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby somewhatwayward » Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:14 am

i have morrison at two as well.....didn't realize we had to read something until i read this thread, though. what classes are good ones to visit?

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Re: Columbia ASW March 3-4!

Postby Tofu » Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:18 am

somewhatwayward wrote:i have morrison at two as well.....didn't realize we had to read something until i read this thread, though. what classes are good ones to visit?


So far, I've heard Ariela Dubler and Christina Burnett for Conlaw, Gerard Lynch for Crimlaw, and Heller for Property.




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