The only word that can really be used to describe this class is slow. Glacial, in fact. The reading, not exactly ample, is never covered in its entirety, entire classes are spent or two cases and Prof. Brewer specializes in passing around handouts and then reading them out loud to the class.
On the other hand, this means you can average about a half an hour of work a week and still be perfectly caught up. In what other class can you say that? Furthermore, Brewer is friendly enough and even cracks the occasional joke. If you need to get evidence out of the way, this is probably a relatively painless way to do it – as long as your mother was right and nobody ever really died of boredom.
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