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    Gautschi, Guatschi, Staff, RobertDawson, Myer, Parks, KennethMyer, BERGSTROM, HughJudd, Mccormack, Timothy B. McCormack, TODBERGSTROM
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    Nov 15, 2017
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Tim is a great professor! This class was 2 days a week for 2.5 hours each and he made that time go by quickly by being lively and interesting and bringing in guest speakers from diverse law backgrounds. There is quite a bit of reading but trust me, it is worth reading. It was quite a good class, and I'm not even a business or law major.

    Course highlights:

    Everyone will run into the law at some point in their life, and even if you are not a business major, you should still have a baseline knowledge of the law and your rights. If you've ever signed a contract or agreed to terms and conditions, you have bound yourself to something and this class teaches you a bit about what you agreed to. You learn from a business and consumer prospective about various aspects of the law.

    Hours per week:

    12+ hours

    Advice for students:

    Read all assigned pages, seriously, and do it before lecture. During lecture, sit in front! Tim is a nice guy and gives you bonus points for participating. Interact in lecture and it will go by quite fast, you may even get used as inspiration to a test question (what happened to my friend and I). Tim is a funny, knowledgeable professor!

    • Fall 2017
    • Timothy B. McCormack
    • Great Intro to the Subject Always Do the Reading A Few Big Assignments
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    Feb 04, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Why would I recommend this course? Aside from the fact that it is a BA major pre-requisite class, I believe the class is genuinely enjoyable. The instructor, Tim, is enthusiastic and passionate about law, and thinks from a perspective of any average person. This is helpful to students not familiar to law, because that's how we students would think, on average. This makes it not only memorable, but also consistently engaging. You are learning in the classroom, and outside the classroom as you encounter law, daily.

    Course highlights:

    One of the few things I really have taken from the class is the ability to understand contracts. I think most people are quite daunted by contracts. So much "fine print" and "sign here, sign there" and words, words, words. That was myself, as well! However, after completing this course, I am no longer afraid of having to read a contract. In fact, I know what I can and can't get away with. More importantly, with any product I purchase or use I know what THEY (the producers) can and can't get away with. More power to me. Plus, it is impressive to my friends! ;)

    Hours per week:

    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    Tim LOVES cases. In fact, I love them too, now. I would study these. Really understand the cases. Sounds tough, but they are all basically tiny little stories. Pretty fun! Also, I would read. Sound cliche, but it's true! The reading seems like a lot, but when you look at it, it's well organized, and there's not too much info for each "segment" of the reading. Plus, it is interesting! So all-in-all read, and study cases. MOST IMPORTANTLY, engage in the class. This can be as simple as "Hey Tim, what did you mean by that?" or as enthusiastic as "Tim, can we run a simulation of a courtroom experience?" HAVE FUN!

    • Winter 2016
    • Timothy B. McCormack
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