1. Prof. Green is a very nice man and knows a lot about the material, and the subject matter is very interesting if you like history or (especially) criminal law theory. Also, Prof. Green will seldom if ever call on you in class, and if you can think of one thing to say every week or two in class discussion, you'll be fine. There's a lot of reading, but it's history rather than law, and you can get away with not reading a lot of the time. Also, he'll let you take as long as you want to write the paper, which can be nice if you're busy studying for finals, but it can also get out of control. I actually turned my paper in after my graduation ceremony. The big downside of the class is that class discussion can be very boring. Prof. Green isn't that good at asking questions to drive the discussion, and lots of people don't participate. It would be better if you're the type of person who's willing to talk a lot in class, just to make it more interesting.

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