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21 August 2007


Josh Ard

The timing of student reviews is suspect. They are done before the only test for the course. It would be a bit like asking the University of Michigan football players to have rated their coach before they played that first game against Appalachian State. Doesn't this increase the risk that the ranking will be based on entertainment value rather than knowledge conveyed?

ted waggoner

Bill understates the ratings the attendees gave him for his presentation. A couple tough reviews (probably former students) but otherwise the ranking and comments were very favorable, as you would expect knowing Bill.

I also presented with Bill, and have seen the value of his contributions to this group of lawyers generally underserved by the legal academies.

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