Why you Should do your SES Survey

This article was originally published in De Minimis, Melbourne Law School’s student newspaper.

This semester, I reckon I’ve had the same two conversations with about fifty different people. The one about how the required readings in Trusts are outrageously long and (in many cases) stand for single sentence propositions; and the one about how the property textbook is a vile, cancer-causing, largely-irrelevant-if-you-attend-class waste of time riddled with contradictions, grammatical errors and poor referencing.

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