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December 1, 2016

Planning review sessions ... NOW including on Sunday afternoon

As I mentioned in class, my "scheduled" review sessions are designed only to provide a designated time and place for students to gather in order to ask me questions about course materials, doctrines or past exams (many of which can be found via this link).

As of this writing, I am thinking about having one scheduled review session on Thursday Dec 8 at 4pm, and another one on Friday Dec 9 at 11am.  I will also consider doing a session at sometime on Sunday Dec 11 if you clamor for such a session.

UPDATE:  I have now officially wrangled the time on Sunday, Dec 11 from 4:30pm to 6pm (and only that time) for one final review session.

 

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Comments

All three sound good to me!

Posted by: Sophie D. | Dec 1, 2016 10:51:15 AM

Can you make the rubrics available for the finals you have up here on the blog? I have not been able to find them if they already do exist

Posted by: Emily Cashell | Dec 1, 2016 6:04:05 PM

I would like to clamor for the Sunday session.

Posted by: Matt Brinzo | Dec 2, 2016 5:30:53 PM

A group of us were doing the exam final for 2010. A question that came up is if we could apply the provocation doctrine to a situation that is not homicide, such as sending off a harassing email?

Posted by: Andrea Hearon | Dec 3, 2016 1:51:45 PM

Is provocation a general "defense"? (Short answer: no.)

Posted by: Doug B. | Dec 3, 2016 3:38:28 PM

Final for 2010, Question III: When you say "your sense of whether she is likely to be prosecuted," should we discuss how likely the state will prosecute her from retributive/utilitarianism perspective, not only whether she would be legally guilty under the OCR 101010101?

Posted by: Miki S. | Dec 4, 2016 3:41:47 PM

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