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Thursday, April 30, 2009

Ye Olde Exam Archive

Snowy_Top_NEW MOUNT 03 I've really enjoyed guest blawging this month. In signing off, allow me to promote my archive of past exams. There are exam materials for torts, various IP classes, and media and entertainment law. Maybe you will find some of them useful as problems. As a warning, my exams tend to be heavy on plot and subpar photoshopping. 

For example, here's what you'll find for torts: A maverick scientist tries to save a posh ski resort from a mountaintop nuclear power plant spinning out of control in Atomic Avalanche. A new surgical intern gets a crush on a neurosurgeon who has dreamy good looks and disconcerting hand tremors in Cray's OncotomyA failing New England lumber company tries to turn its dangerously antiquated equipment into a tourist attraction in Ye Olde Sawmill. And you get top-secret security clearance to go along for the ride when torts travel to the far side of the moon in The Sirius Incident

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In closing, I want to thank the Prawfs, of course, and I also want to thank all the PrawfsBlawg cawmmenters. The best thing about blawging on Prawfs is getting all the feedback – all the deeply thoughtful reactions and all the hilarious heckling. In particular, I wanted to give a shout-out to my law-school classmate Paul Gowder, a frequent Prawfs commenter – and one who falls into both of the aforementioned categories. Once he finishes up his Ph.D., I hope he'll go on the law teaching market. 

And I hope I'll be back on Prawfs in the not too distant future. In the meantime, I'll be on my blogs, Pixelization and the Backbencher. Have a great summer, everyone!

Posted by Eric E. Johnson on April 30, 2009 at 11:03 PM in Teaching Law | Permalink


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Posted by: MadDogAero | May 28, 2009 10:00:42 AM

Awww. Thanks. And you should totally turn your exams into a short story collection.

Posted by: Paul Gowder | May 2, 2009 4:00:55 AM

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