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So thats why I’d fall asleep in the library… the K book should’ve had some medical warnings on it.
Haha . . . You are going to hurt my feelings. Just kidding . . . I’m a law professor; I don’t have any feelings.
Funny, that is how I felt about my Torts book while I am still trying to get the Peevyhouses their restitution.
Reeeaaaallllyyyyy. I found my contracts case book to be the most interesting of all my 1L books. civ-pro on the other hand…
Glad it wasn’t me.
This courtoon is RACIST!
I do appreciate your reintroducing Sam into his natural habitat.
I remember reading a case from my Contracts book about offer *yawn* and acceptance and . . . Zzzzzzzzzz.
Thanks for the U of M shout out :)
Out K-book was a great introduction to the law. One case holds one thing, the next holds the exact opposite. Half-way through, your bald from pulling your hair out.
Come on. Hamer v. Sedgeway (sp?) is probably the most interesting case ever taught in law school. Not even Palsgraf comes close due to the unnecessary length of Cardozo’s opinion and Andrew’s dissent.
Oh Contracts, how I loathe thee. Thank God I got out of my first year unscathed.
He’d better be careful – Contract textbooks are a gateway drug to harder stuff….like Tax.
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