JESUS BOTR, take your meds! I AGREED with the majority of your comments and only nuanced it slightly. I bet people despise working with you.
State your opinions boldly but don't state I am factually incorrect.
You ARE factually incorrect. Your statement regarding CA. and its level of reliance on the Napoleonic code was wrong, period.
Now, with Louisiana it is a blend of civil and common law, which makes the bar exam very hard for out of staters
And since you were wrong on the Napoleonic Code and CA, the above statement is necessarily incorrect. ; )
And I am rather familiar with the CA. Bar because my daughter passed it just two years ago. The CA. Bar has one of the highest fail rates in the nation...and most of the people who fail attended Cali. law schools. It has such a high fail rate because, at three full days, it is temporally the longest bar in the nation, and it is academically challenging.
How do we resolve this matter? A duel midway? This forum has many loonies.
You do realize, of course, that your statement doesn't make you look especially 'balanced.'
Scott77: I just popped over here in between on-line practice exams; I take the MPRE (ethics portion of the Bar) tomorrow morning. However, I did find this: http://www.kinseylaw.com/clientserv2/civillitigationserv/civiltrial/civiltrial.html
This attorney's website is visually irritating, at least to me, but he does a good job of outlining the civil trial process. Scroll down to post-judgment motions to review the WTBT's few, final options and what each motion is attacking.