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09/26/11 House Rules, Syllabus, and Procedures David Baumer, NCSU Fall, 2001
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09/26/11 House Rules We are here to help you, but you need to help us with your cooperation I would like you to make a real effort to get here on time I do not want you to leave early If you are overtaken with drowsiness, lay your head down and rest
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09/26/11 House Rules Much of the material for this course can be found at my web site: You should access the lectures on PowerPoint Notes and print them out before class. Leave room on the right for taking notes I will have prior tests on my web site We will reserve some practice time in class for practicing legal essay answers
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09/26/11 Class Participation Be prepared to brief cases on a daily
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Unformatted text preview: basis Ten percent of your grade is based on briefing cases In order to brief a case you should: State the facts in 2 to 3 sentences State the issue in the form of a question State the conclusion: who wins and why mixing the facts and law to arrive at your conclusion 09/26/11 Seating Chart You will be expected to sit in your seat every day. Finding a Topic for Term Project Start with NCSU web site, go to libraries, databases, Management, Academic Universe, http://web.lexis-nexis.com/universe Literally, you can put in a word under the law review portion of Lexis-Nexis and generate a number of articles...
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