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02-23-2012, 12:33 PM
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My Law and Legal Systems professor wants us to be prepared to discuss the Davis v Davis case in which a couple was seeking divorce. They had no children, but they were using in vitro fertilization to try to conceive. There were 7 (maybe) embryos, and were asking the Court to settle the question of whether the embryos were children or property.

Tuesday he wanted us to be prepared to discuss how to use the ladder of abstraction to solve the Fitzgerald Rule conundrum posed by the juxtaposition of rules 602 and 702 of the Rules of Evidence.

I want to take a nap.

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