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These assignments from Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law address the concept of developing students’ professional identity. In developing their professional identities, students are asked to 1) write a professional identity letter to themselves about their core...
These exercises from Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law help students to put the theory of law into practice by putting them in scenarios similar to what they will encounter in practice—negotiating and drafting easements. Students are put into the role of an attorney...
This assignment from Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law helps students build their understanding of both the doctrine and written analytical skills, as well as how to study and learn the law. These Fundamental Skills assignments are designed to work students through...
These exams serve as an assessment tool for Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law. The exams consist of multiple-choice questions and one long essay question. In addition to the exams, Professor Burgess has provided annotated model answers, sample student answers, and...
This syllabus contains class policies, a course description, course learning objectives, and general pertinent information for Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law. Additionally, the syllabus contains required materials, a grading rubric, course expectations, and other...

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