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    Jul 13, 2016
    | Would recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    Glen is probably one of the best teachers in the Business college (if not the University as a whole). He's a bit of a hard-ass and teaches the class entirely from the Socratic method. That being said, the class itself was extremely hard. If you don't do the readings before class and participate in the discussions, you will have a difficult time even reaching a C. Attendance isn't mandatory, but he does take a roll call of who shows up and it helps him be more relaxed/strict when it comes to grading your exams and papers.

    Course highlights:

    You learn how important the tax code is in everyone's daily life and how difficult law in general is. The research papers suck and the tests are hard, but I always felt like I was learning something new. Also, fun to see the Law college and study in there.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    1.Realize you will probably fail both of the papers and exams (2 each), but show improvement between the beginning and the end, and you can pull an A or B. 2. ALWAYS go to class! No matter what. 3. Read as much as you can before class otherwise nothing will make sense. 4. You live and die by your participation during the class discussions. He kinda gravitates toward the 2-6 students who read and discuss, and it makes a world of difference in the class if you are one of those.

    • Spring 2016
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