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Hennig is only a summer professor now because he is a full-time practicing attorney. He made the material of Anglo-American Common Law more bearable and relevant than it seems at first. Even though he emphasized how short summer session is and how much there is to cover, I felt like he just repeated himself over and over... but it's necessary with this subject matter. The midterm was a take-home assignment of 4 related questions and the final was the same format, but in class (open-note/open-book). The more your pay attention and jot down notes in class, the less you'll worry about the exams. Sometimes the topics sounded completely foreign or confusing to me, but he speaks slowly so you can actually write or type his words verbatim and decipher them later (or just reword them for the exams). The grading is fair--just be sure to at least skim all the required reading so you can answers the questions in more detail and not run out of things to write.
Good professor overall, very available, open for discussion. Dry subject matter... just bear it if you must take this class!