Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It allows us to apply laws and philosophy studies into real life situations. It opens your mind to a wide variety of view points to solutions for a case. This class involves high thinking skills.
I have been learning how to apply law to every day situations, while also incorporating philosophy. I never thought of all these loopholes that a law can have, as well as all of the flaws it can have. The way these laws govern us, we may not see them as flawed because they've worked. The most interesting topic was when we discussed freedom of speech and expression. It's incredible the different lines one can draw where we consider an option expression to be justified by the first amendment or not. Breaking down how officials decide on these laws has become my favorite subject thus far.
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Advice for students:
Don't be too freaked out by the readings. everything becomes more clear when applied to real life situations and examples in class. Be organized and pay attention in class!