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The third semester
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The third semester

I’ve had quite a few people ask what I was taking this semester, and so I’ve decided to list the classes below.

  • Evidence (required) — with Gerald Uelmen, a member of OJ Simpson’s criminal defense team. Given that he can’t seem to go 10 minutes without talking about OJ and the fact that one of the required texts is a book he wrote concerning evidence issues from that case, I think it’s safe to say that I’ll have a good handle on the trial of the century (and hopefully evidence) by the end of the semester.
  • Copyright — with Tyler Ochoa, a well-known name in the field.
  • Business Organizations — I think this will be my favorite class of the semester. The professor is very excited about teaching and I find the subject matter pretty interesting.
  • Constitutional Law I (required)
  • Appellate Advocacy (required)

I’ve purchased 10 books so far for this semester (not including supplements) and the total cost is hovering around $650 — such a fucking racket!

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