Wednesday, November 08, 2006

You better recognize.

Prof (to class): Who's going to take the other side here? Come on!

2L: I'm not sure what the other side is but...

Prof: It's my side bitch! Come on.

It rubs the lotion on its skin...

Prof (explaining an arbitration clause): This is almost like a contract of adhesion, it's like when you go to the parking garage and on the back of your ticket it says "we can kill you and make a suit of your skin and we won't be liable."

so thats where that is...

Evidence Professor: Do you know where this case is from?

3L: Uh...the 5th circuit?

Evidence Professor: It's from Tex-Ark county . Do you know where that is? It's scary place, probably the only place where the Bushes and Clintons can inter-marry. On a side note, there are two things I hate. Incompetence and people from Tex-Ark county.

Which Is Why I Teach Corporations

3L: Can you speak to the constitutionality of including spouses and children?
Corporations Prof: I can’t speak about the constitutionality of anything!

Your Tax Dollars At Work

Prof: Do I have an answer to your question? No. But I can talk for a long time, because I’m a professional. I’m paid to talk when I have nothing to say.

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Something smells fishy!

Class is coming back from a break and many have gotten sushi that was being served by a student group.

Sports Law Prof: Does anyone not have their mouth full of raw fish and can tell me about this case?

Monday, November 06, 2006

On discussing Rhode Island v. Innis and manipulating suspects by appealing to their better nature.

Student: But he just blew a cabbie's head off!
Prof: Oh, he's not all bad.

Let us know how you really feel.

Religion & Law Prof: (while discussing City of Boerne) This is the worst constitutional ruling in recent years. It’s just so poorly reasoned and dishonest. As if I didn’t have enough reasons to dislike Justice Scalia.