Not too easy. Not too difficult.
If you're looking for an easy A, don't take this class. If you're actually interested in comm law (1st amendment, copyright stuff) then take it. You HAVE to read the book if you want an A or high B. The book is thick and you actually read all of the chapters.
Dr. Lee had the best examples. He always pulled up cases that were happening at that moment and made us critically think on whether or not the case would be held up in court. We talked about Taylor Swift, UGA football, and Snoop Dogg all the time. So, he makes the content interesting and applicable. Also, he gives you examples of the tests to study from.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you read the book. I would start reading a week or 2 before the test and read 20 pages a day. If you don't understand a concept, go to office hours. I went to office hours before every test and made As. Also, if he keeps repeating something write it down because it WILL be an essay question. Rock on. (his favorite line)