Jan. 10th, 2013

lloll4: ponyo refuses piece of bread (ponyo don't want bread)
I am stymied.

Law of international trade, contrary to my expectation* of WTO-ness, turned out to be (projected) on three main things:
1) Sale of goods, including SOGA and CISG
2) Bills of lading and carriage of goods by sea
3) Documentary credit such as letters of credit.

I've taken a class in shipping, which covered (2) and one in banking, which covered (3) and contract law covered bits of (1), admittedly shallowly.

I don't think I want to re-do stuff I've done before. Unfortunately, the alternative (limited, due to timetable clashes) is ether Insolvency law or theories of law, of which I'd lean towards theories except for the awful exam date (two exams in one day). I could do insolvency?... I'm not excited about it, but I could - but the exam date isn't that great either (leading to two exams on consecutive days).

Needs a think-through. And quickly. Damn it, I don't need this drama while trying to catch up on my readings.

*You might have thought that I'd know what the course covered before choosing it. I would except that the school's wacky system apparently thought it a good idea to hide important information, like required textbooks and reading lists, from enrollees.

Random )
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Textbook list

Property law
amended list )
Equity and trusts

It gets long )

Although at this junction what's really important to me about trusts is to better appreciate:

"'...But only consider, my dear girl! The whole fortune left in trust until I'm twenty-five, unless I marry before that date! You must see what a devil of a fix I'm in!'" (Friday's Child, Heyer).

Evidence and procedure
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