Friday, April 22, 2011

To Moot or not to Moot?

Chances are I will be mooting in a few weeks time, only this time I intend to not forget co-councils name...

Because I am lazy and sub-headings negate the need for actual thought and effort here goes:


Property Law A:
The content of this subject is very, very new. We are learning how to apply the Personal Property Securities Act 2009, that comes into force in October 2011. As you can imagine there is very little in the way of helpful text books, it is just a case of sitting down with the relevant sections and focusing so hard you get a nose bleed. 6 pages of notes later and I might be able to bumble my way through a question.

Equity
All going well, however there was a change to the subject plan and this week and I did tute work for next week. This means I am sitting in a tute with no idea what is going on, as tute participation is weighted in marks I was not deterred from having a crack at the answers (power point slides and half baked noted on the lap top screen)it got to the point where the tutor made the comment 'In Equity any action can be boiled down to un-consionability'. To be fair, when he asked a question and no body answers, after long periodnof silence is when I offer my 1c (2c would be giving myself far too much credit).

Other Degree Subjects
Last week I had to do another literature review, I hate lit reviews. So bloody much. The other subject is an even bigger joke, 7 1,000 essays (now if you have between 4-6 questions to answer, that's not an essay right?) and one 3,000 word essay at the end (which will be an actual essay). What exactly is the incentive to show up to lectures and tutes? None.

The Cackle Berry
I hate being a chef. The idea of cooking for the rest of my life makes me immensely sad. My new Sous Chef (has the job because I declined) attempted to make my life miserable and get me fired. Jokes on him, now the Head Chef wants him gone ASAP.

On the bright side at the very most I have under 400 shifts left in a commercial. Yes that is more than a year but it is far less than a life time.


Property Law assessment needs my attention - Obiter

P.S will have another Survivelaw.com article soon, just have severe writers block

3 comments:

  1. Just finished mooting.

    ...

    Never again.

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  2. Yay for mooting!! It starts in a few weeks for me. This year I will have no assessment due at the same time, that was too much to deal with.

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  3. Mooting sounds like fun, do it! Just get co-counsel to stick her/his name on their forehead :P As you know I would have signed up for mooting but no one to do it with, guess I'll be a fake baliff/timekeeper/whatever >.>

    Sucks that you have to learn the PPS Act, I was lucky enough that last year it wasn't in operation yet. Oh, and your equity tute experience sounds totally like mine. Unconscionability is the answer for *everything*. And the meaning of life.

    Woot for not having to cook much(ish) longer. Masterchef will hopefully still be fun to watch for you, though (new season!) ;)

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