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Prof. Said

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Submitted by Student (1) (United States), Dec 1, 2007 at 21:58

A few days have passed since taking Prof. Said's 1st 1L Criminal Law exam at USC School of Law. It's hard to believe that it's all over.

I don't presume any negative judgments against Prof. Said. I don't know his political views, but I have seen that he knows Criminal Law and taught it passionately in the Fall of 2007 at USC.

From my view, Said is a great teacher and thinker. Throughout the semester he demonstrated a profound ability to reason and articulate the law. It is my belief that he kept his opinions seperate from class discussions, focusing very strictly on issues of law.

Said is not the bad guy or the terrorist supporter that you make him out to be. He is just a reasonable guy with a keen understanding --not telling you what you want to hear or perhaps not on your side.


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