Lesson 22 of 21
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5.1: What kinds of questions do you think a professor will ask about the Lefkowitz case in class?

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Goal

  • To practice and build a habit of trying to predict the questions that might come from a professor (or a judge or another lawyer) in connection with a case.

Instructions

  • Imagine you are the professor, about to teach about the Lefkowitz case.
  • In a separate document (or on a piece of paper), write down some questions you might ask to students.
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