Evidence classes in law school have three purposes (in my opinion): doing well in the actual class, preparing students for the bar exam, and preparing students for the courtroom.
UofSC Law is lucky to have multiple evidence professors who cover all three of these purposes. This includes a federal judge, a SC Supreme Court Justice, and several highly qualified (and highly published) scholars. Learning the rules of evidence is important, and it helps that UofSC begins teaching students early in their careers.
This is a continuing post from 52 Reasons UofSC Law School is a Top 20 Public Law School