Thursday, October 12, 2006

Few things are more embarrassing

Than having the answer your professor is looking for on your brief, and having reminded yourself OF that point before class, and then forgetting it when asked.

In other news, I still dig Crim Pro.

3 comments:

Matthew said...

I enjoyed Criminal Procedure. A lot of Constitutional law. It's interesting that the Supreme Court is still hashing out that document. I thought Carnahan did a good job teaching Criminal Procedure, although I hear Burnett is good, also.

JJ4Sonora said...

I thought briefing was simply a ploy to weed out 1L's...

Steve said...

After your first year (or semester, as the case may be), your briefs become somewhat different than what you do in your first classes.

You end up doing more "boook briefs" and just kind of highlighting the issue and the rule.