Friday, November 04, 2005
Submitted by Homie
Family Law Prof: "Well, he's a contract killer. He only does it for money."
Submitted by Elle
Thursday, November 03, 2005
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
(In regards to the “I’m not sayin’ he shoulda killed her… but I understand!” OJ Skit and the justifications for voluntary manslaughter.)
Crim Law Prof: Chris Rock is drawing on 500 years of common law history when he does that routine!
Submitted by Pete
Submitted by Dorothy
professor: what traveling salesman?
student: the traveling salesman somehow duping people...
professor: The door to door salesman! There's a big difference- traveling salesmen get jokes written about them. Door to door salemen don't- because they're not funny.
Con Law prof: It's Friday afternoon, I guess I have to do things to wake you up. Ok, I have to get on the desk. After this case, didn't you start shouting, "I'm free! I'm free! I'm free!"
Con Law prof: You don't know how much I can see from here. All things.
Torts prof: There's a magic word that begins with c…cookie, no. Consent.
Torts prof: The Flopper is societally valuable.
Torts prof: Summers v. Tice is a case I like. I like the theory behind it…yes, I like it when people get shot.
Torts prof: Why would you brag to people that you did it?
Torts prof: Beer!
Contracts prof: Undue influence is "duress lite."
-- Submitted by Homie
Tuesday, November 01, 2005
3L#2: Well, you know that is valuable consideration.
3L#1: Yeah, but I would've settled for 3 camels. Mostly because the guy didn't seem that bad- you know not like the typical "I'll pour gasoline on women and set them on fire" guy. Plus, the blonde girl was kinda sucky.
3L chick: We read that case with the cat. Oh, and then he told this really funny story and no one appreciated it. If you had been there, I would have been cracking up. I mean, people were laughing, but not the people I'm on board with, you know?