Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Professor Sacharoff is phenomenal. He challenges students to think critically about the material, putting people on the spot to answer questions about each and every case we read. He goes above and beyond the typical cold-calling structure of law school classes and encourages students to think about the cases in the context of additional real or hypothetical situations he poses in class.
This course is an extremely interesting and exciting course in the midst of what some students find to be dry first year courses.
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Always come prepared for class. Make sure to read the cases critically, interpreting the relevant statute and applying the facts at hand to the statutes.