Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The class wasn't just interesting, the professor was incredibly entertaining while teaching it, had a lot of real-world examples to tie into the lessons, and really knew what he was talking about. A few students even brought up some legal questions from their lives that he was able to give some advice on. It was cool to see a professor care so much about the subject. Lots of reading, but it was all easy to understand.
The coolest think I learned from this course, was how contracts between people work, how to protect yourself from getting taken advantage of, and what to do when you're stuck in a contract you don't want or is harmful to you. Very useful information, I think, especially if you're continuing into business.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you have time to do the reading. It was easy to just show up to class and learn a lot, but there's so much information, that reading the chapters will really help you out.