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Anyone who has or is doing a Law course, is there anything that you think would have made the course easier.

For example i know there is a lot of cases to remember, maybe re-enactments of cases, so you can just watch the case? I'm not saying this would help, that was just a random example.

Can be anything, technology related or otherwise.
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It not being the dullest subject known to mankind?
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Sensible reading lists. I found them to be populated mostly by rubbish books. Knowing which textbooks are accessible and realising that I need to decide myself with regards to textbooks would have made my life much easier in 1st and 2nd year.
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(Original post by jacketpotato)
Sensible reading lists. I found them to be populated mostly by rubbish books. Knowing which textbooks are accessible and realising that I need to decide myself with regards to textbooks would have made my life much easier in 1st and 2nd year.
Yeah, that's a good suggestion. Which books are useful are more likely to be subjective to the uni though, isn't it?
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It not being the dullest subject known to mankind?
What do you think would have made it more interesting, or easier to deal with how dull it was?
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not doing all of contract law in the very first semester of the degree.
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Yeah, that's a good suggestion. Which books are useful are more likely to be subjective to the uni though, isn't it?
Yup. Although I usually find that the "standard" book listed on most reading lists is completely inaccessible to people who don't already know the subject pretty well, I think its worth using accessible books to start with at all unis.
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not doing all of contract law in the very first semester of the degree.
You'll be able to get it all over and done with though, instead of having it spread over.
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