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3 Student Ratings
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04/30/2014
average
3 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
2 Easiness
Contracts I II Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: Mandatory Textbook Use: It's a must have Rater Interest: Really into it Grade Received: B

great guy, but is often unclear in his take away points. The most useful advice is to write down EVERYTHING he says and print your notes out and bring them with you to the final in addition to an outline. The best way to do well is to adopt the opinions he has, he often disagrees with outcomes of cases and explains why, WRITE IT DOWN!

12/04/2012
good
4 Helpfulness
3 Clarity
2 Easiness
Contr11 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: Essential to passing Rater Interest: Sorta interested Grade Received: N/A

Prof. Selmi relies heavily on the socratic method to help students learn the material. He is approachable and easy going. Haven't taken the exam yet, but I enjoyed the course.

05/24/2010
poor
2 Helpfulness
2 Clarity
2 Easiness
LAW203 Taken for Credit:N/A Attendance: N/A Textbook Use: Barely cracked it open Rater Interest: Meh Grade Received: N/A

Prof. Selmi is the toughest grader I had as a 1L. He doesn't care much about how cases were actually decided, but would prefer you focus on issues of fairness and equity. This might be great for some people, particularly at GW, but it was definitely not my cup of tea. Also said that 85% of mortgages are unconscionable.

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