"The teaching allows us to dive into the heart of the legal profession, to understand the responsibilities, the importance of diligence, but at the same time the beauty. The teacher's anecdotes are thrilling. He makes us love the profession, explains the details that he has mastered with his fingertips."
"The perfect paragon of the college course working on critical thinking. An excellent course taught by an excellent professor and excellent speakers/assistants. The format of the course with half theory and half debate/exercises, but also the eloquence, humor, passion, and humanity and humility of the professor (in that he shared with us his happy anecdotes, but also his not so good ones, showing us that even great lawyers make mistakes, which is reassuring, but also encouraging) made this course like no other so far."
"Slides are very clear and make it easy to follow the topics. Very well structured course: doing one hour of theory, then one hour of cases is very practical. Doing the old exams allows us to understand what is expected of us. The interaction between the professor and the speaker in the practical cases opens the debate and makes the course dynamic and lively."
"The course lacks a bit of structure. There is a lot of material per chapter. Also, the resolution of the practical cases often boils down to a discussion between different positions and quite often lacked a summary of the answer of the ruling. The fact that many participants are talking across the room increases the difficulty of understanding what they are saying and solving the case study."