Classroom advice

August 28, 2002

A word of advice for other first-year law students: it pays to be early to class, especially on the first few days of class, and especially on the day that the professor sends around a seating chart. Unless, of course, you enjoy sitting in the front (3 classes) or back row (1 class) of a lecture hall....

Some more classroom advice from Professor Jeff Cooper, of Cooped Up:

At about 2:15 yesterday afternoon, while delivering introductory remarks to my Evidence class, I put up the address for Cooped Up, figuring that with the link from the legal education site JURIST, I would be found eventually anyway. Over the next five minutes, according to Site Meter, this site received ten visits from IP addresses within the law school. Coincidence? Given that the wired classrooms in our new law school building have network connections at each chair, I tend to think not.

And IM'ing from class (I'm not mentioning names, but you know who you are) is probably not a very good idea, either. Although a Rendezvous network could be very interesting (probably not productive, but interesting)

Posted by Andrew Raff at August 28, 2002 09:04 PM
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