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vashappenin

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Constitutional Law (LAW2111) in Second year?
« on: January 19, 2015, 03:38:41 pm »
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Hi guys
So I thought I would ease myself into the more substantive law units like crim, torts, etc. by just doing one this year rather than both crim AND torts. I'm most likely going to do torts and I was thinking of doing consti alongside it as well. Do you guys think it's a bad idea to do consti in second year? I've already done contracts and the two first year law units. What is the workload like for consti? And how does it compare to other units? Will it be a bad idea to do it with torts?

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Re: Constitutional Law (LAW2111) in Second year?
« Reply #1 on: February 01, 2015, 12:23:56 pm »
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I'd do the recommended course progression - Consti is 'technically' considered a harder unit, in actual fact, most units are of similar difficulty.
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Re: Constitutional Law (LAW2111) in Second year?
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2015, 05:49:42 pm »
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How do you guys suggest is the best way to study for this.  Week 4 and it feels like it's going  to be tricky.

Just received the assignment