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Final Class Feedback [12-01-20]

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Of what is this 'evidence'?

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Roman Catholic Diocese v. Cuomo

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Feedback [11-30-20]

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Thanksgiving Thread

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Peremptory Challenges [11-23-2020]

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Feedback [11-17-20]

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Your questions, doubts and concerns about confrontation and cross as core jury process.

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Feedback November 10

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Feedback [11-09-20]

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Discussion Group 2 [11-9-2020]

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Discussion Group 1 [11-9-2020]

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Election Night

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George Fisher Caves [11-03-2020]

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Group 1 [11-03-2020]

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Group 2 [11-03-2020]

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Group 3 [11-03-2020]

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Feedback 11-2-2020

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Feedback 10-27-2020

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Discussion 10-27-2020

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Feedback 10-26-2020

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Hypothetical 10-19-20

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Feedback 10-20-2020

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Feedback 10-19-20

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Surveillance 10-19-20

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Feedback October 13, 2020

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i&i

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REVIEW - October 13, 2020. Please offer questions and concerns.

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Feedback Oct 6, 2020 - violence of discussion for some

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Feedback October 6, 2020

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Feedback Oct 5, 2020 Fair

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Gatecrasher - Who Wins?

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Blue Bus

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Conjunction --In what order should we decide the elements of the alleged crime?

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Prison Yard - Can WE prosecute all of them?

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Feedback [09-29-20]

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Would you be interested in joining together in threads while watching the Trump-Biden debate?

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feedback sept 28

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What is your biggest fear going forward?

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BIAS (in judgmen)t

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Feedback #1

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racism - anti-racism

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what is your passion?

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What do you feel you have to learn about fair trial? Do you feel that fair trial matters?

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Chulak: Thank you professor!!
Chulak: And Gaia and Anthony
Vorash: We stan a legend
Rigil Kentaurus: it was a great class and great disucssion all semester long. would it be possible to just have a final paper (no exam) so we can focus more on developing our ideas?
Hoags Object: Thank you Professor Nesson!
Tethys: Thank you for a wonderful course!
Yavin 4: Best class ever. Thank you Professor, Anthony, Gaia, and all of my respected classmates. Job well done.
Chulak: Great class!
Triton: It was great to see just how much we learned over the course of the semester
Asuras: Thanks to everyone! what a fantastic class
Vizima: Great class. I loved the visual of the triangle. I will have to think more about where I fit on the triangle.
Triton: agreed with @Rigil Kentaurus
Vorash: Thank you again, Professor! And to Gaia and Anthony for being so tremendously supportive and helpful
Sullust: Gaia and Anthony, you guys are amazing, and Professor Nesson, THANK YOU for your emphasis on the real world instead of "outlines"
Betelgeuse: Fantastic class. Professor Nesson should publish a paper on his pedagogy for online classes (or just his class in general) for other professors to learn
Triangulum: Thank you professor nesson and the TFs. Great class! Will be thinking about the threads environment for a long time. Voices were much louder and unrestrained by class/societal judgement in the limited nymity environment, for both better and worse. not all ideas are created equal, and the ones that are only shared uncredited may be some of the more poisonous, but not devoid ot the individual's truth, and truth ought always to be valuable
Ariel: Agree with Rigil, and Yavin, and Sullust!
Jedha: Thank you Anthony, Gaia, and Professor Nesson! What a great class!
Lantea: The presentation was very helpful in terms of providing a framework to analyze the issues discussed throughout the semester, thank you. Thanks to all for a great semester and thought-provoking class.
Vizima: One thing that bothered me was when Nesson said to identify your instinct, start from the other side, and then come back to your instinct. What bothers me is the assumption that thinking about the issue more will not change your mind. It's like a legal realist judge telling their law clerk, "this is the answer, but I don't know why, now I want you to fill in the legal formalism to justify my gut instinct." I think that attitude prevents honest and thoughtful discussion, which can bring differing sides to a consensus. In my opinion, we all have to be willing to change our minds.
Andromeda: Thank you!
Tollana: Great class. I really appreciated the closing comments. It was a nice big picture wrap up and motivational conclusion. Anthony and Gaia were also terrific today and have been throughout the semester. Thanks to all three of you and happy holidays.
Dathomir: Thank you!