Public Law and Judicial Process: Constitutional Law--Rights of Accused

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Karen Orren See Full Profile

Overall 4.3 Easiness 4.0 Workload 3.3 Clarity 3.3 Helpfulness 4.0

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This is the first law class I've taken and it was really interesting! The workload is manageable, but exam prep is stressful. Like previous reviews mentioned, her lectures are unorganized and she just talks at you about cases and writes others on the board, but as long as you take notes, you'll do fine. She uploads 10-15 page case briefs for the weekly cases, but I typically organized my notes using Oyez (unless the opinions were really important to the case) and IRAC method. For the exams, it's best to prep by topics/subtopics imo because the midterm and final exam essay questions are pretty broad. My advice: create/join a groupchat for the class and study with one another!

Winter Quarter 2020
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