There are two things I’ve always really admired about Santa Clara Law that I think makes us stand out among other law schools. 1. Our collaborative environment (which is normally strange for law school) and 2. How willing upper-year and alumni students are to give back and help us rising professionals succeed.
In an effort to keep that spirit alive, I put together a public Google Drive containing notes, briefs, outlines, and practice materials from myself and colleagues from our 1L year. I only included materials from the professors we had last year but if there are any 2Ls/3Ls out there that want to add to it, please feel free.
Though the drive is public and the resources are free, I do have one condition on your use of it: Please help the incoming students and rising professionals after you. Serve as good mentors and keep this special Santa Clara Law spirit alive.
I’ve also blogged about a few tough cases and topics from last year here:
Sullivan v. O’Connor
Expectancy, Restitution, Reliance
Consideration and Forbearance
Illusory Contracts and the Concept of Mutuality
Compare/Contrast Unjust Enrichment Cases
Hammond’s Contracts Midterm (My Answer)
If you need anything, please feel free to reach out to me on any social media or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.