And why not? I'll go first: Conflicts of Law (too ignorant about its importance); Federal Jurisdiction (ditto); Negotiation (Intimidated by the reputation of the professor); Blood Feuds (scheduling never worked, and/or, not yet sufficiently rebellious). What prompts this question is an article about a "concierge" service offered to students at the University of Nevada at Reno, "Need That Class, Desperately? The Course Concierge Will See You Now." What a splendid idea, as is (although the professors hate it) the "reading week" at the university my daughter attended, which allows students to sample courses before committing. What strikes me as powerfully strange in hindsight is how cavalier students have historically been in the choice of classes, and how nonchalant counseling on courses is, given what a big expenditure each course hour represents.