Roman Law

Jan 2002

Dry but witty, and exceptionally intelligent. If you can stay awake, there's that rare gem where he blurts out something truly bizarre. The class is structured so that the first third of the sessions are lectures (the content of which you're not responsible to know) about Romans and their law. The last two thirds are discussions from the casebook, which it would behoove you to cross-index by subject, both for your own reference (for the paper) and for the final. He also tends to yank at his hair constantly in what seems to be an effort to demonstrate that he is not wearing a toupee.