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January 04, 2010


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Jacqueline Lipton

A couple of times in recent years I've taught a new course (complete with new course prep) just as a fill-in for someone else with no plans to teach it again the short term. Most of the courses have been in similar areas - IP law, commercial law etc - so it's not as much of a new prep as doing something completely different. But I find I've enjoyed the new classes and new class preps more and more as the years have gone on. I also think that post-tenure when there's less pressure to preserve every last minute for scholarship, one can really get a lot out of new class preps because you can really throw yourself into them.

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