Classroom

Learn Law Better > Classroom

Cold Calling Survival Tips

Cold calling is a technique used by professors to randomly call on students during class and ask them questions about the assigned reading. Though fear is not the best motivator, it does remain an effective tool in the teacher’s arsenal. Questions can deal with assigned cases, including the facts, procedure, policy, law, or the dissenting opinions. Professors also might ask hypothetical questions, forcing you to apply new facts to the law you are learning.  Here is an article on the pros and cons of cold calling. Reasons for Cold Calling There are several rationales for cold calling. First is the rarely used...

Continue reading