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    Mar 13, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    This class was tough.

    Course Overview:

    LAW course is the system or set of rules made by the government of a town, state, country, etc. The study give us the knowledge and privileged of what must an individual act, do or must not do and know. As a citizen of a certain jurisdictions we must be aware of such Laws that are being imposed, our rights as individuals and actions must be served to individuals who violates such laws.

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    Before taking this course i heard that it is very difficult. Not that the other courses are not difficult but taking in this course you should allocate much time and effort in reading the books that is very thick and cases that are very long ones. There are sacrifices in terms of go-out parties or gatherings. Yes, you can have that time but you should also be cramming afterwards if you did not read the cases that was given to you by your professors. Patience and understanding is important especially when parents and love ones does not know how difficult it was to be in this course. I have learned a much from this, from my rights as individuals but limited. To the things I act in everyday life. I learned that in every actions there are certain laws that we are not aware of. Such as giving something or offering to someone that could not mean anything to us but it has LAWS and provisions to follow. Its not just I want to do this or that but we must know our actions and what we speak of, the words that we utter matters most.

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    12+ hours

    Advice for students:

    Be patient. Give time to the things that you love. Balance everything if you can. :)

    • Summer 2016
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