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  • Friday, January 12, 2007
    Hypothetically, I'll be taking the following classes
    Unless they contradict each other, I think I've decided on the following classes for this coming quarter:

    Comparative Constitutional Law
    Seminar: Balancing Security and Liberty

    [and lest I start to sound like some sort of constitutional/public interest person]

    Securities Regulations
    Trusts and Estates.

    A little con law and politics to feed the soul and a little dryness to feed the bar prep/future employment. Also, the two soul-classes are likely papers, and the other two are likely exams. Again, a good mix.

    I had lunch with some friends - one who graduated from my school a couple (?) of years ago, and who I worked with last winter, and another who is a classmate of mine. My current classmate gave me some dirt on other classes that were on my short list, and so I think these are the ones I will do.

    I hope I won't have to choose between them. I can discard T&E without too much trouble, but my Future Firm TOLD me to take Securities Regulations. They TOLD me to.


    posted by Zuska @ 1:58 PM  
    • At Friday, January 12, 2007 11:20:00 PM, Blogger Harmless Error said…

      I took that seminar the first term it was offered and it was awesome. But I warn you, because the subject matter is so intense the professor makes or breaks the class. I had an adjunct prof who was great, but the prof who took over the class and I assume is teaching it now sat in on a bunch of our classes, completely monopolized it, and was sooooooo biased it was unbelievable - more biased than any other professor at the school. Just a warning.

    • At Saturday, January 13, 2007 10:30:00 AM, Blogger Zuska said…

      I believe that the person teaching it for me is the one who used to teach it ... there was another professor for a while, but she unexpectedly pulled out at the last minute in the fall (pissing me off), and now it's someone else who I know had taught it in the past AND who I know people love.

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