For whatever reason they split civ pro into two separate classes at Boalt: procedure, then jurisdiction/Erie. I think they're changing it, but folks who are 3Ls now haven't necessarily gotten all of that important stuff.
Barkley also had perhaps the most famous final words of anyone in American politics:
On April 30, 1956, the 78-year-old Kentucky senator traveled to Virginia's Washington and Lee University. There he gave one of his trademark rip-snorting, Republican-bashing speeches. At its conclusion, he reminded his audience that after 42 years in national politics he had become a freshman again and had declined a front-row chamber seat with senior senators. "I am glad to sit on the back row," he declared, "for I would rather be a servant in the House of the Lord than to sit in the seats of the mighty." Then, with the applause of a large audience ringing in his ears, he dropped dead. For an old-fashioned orator, there could have been no more appropriate final stage exit.