Monthly Archives: December 2011

“Closed Book”

By Professor Matthew Festa What should you do if your exam is not going to be, well, “open book”? My 1L exams are often “closed book”: students may not be allowed to bring their outlines, books, or anything else into … Continue reading

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“Easy” Exams v. “Hard” Exams

By Professor Matthew Festa I hear a lot of law students talk about the relative degree of difficulty of a given professor’s exam. “You’re lucky that you have Professor X; her exam is much easier than the prof in the … Continue reading

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Your Upcoming Property Exam

By Professor Matthew Festa While I have the chance to talk with you on the Open Book blog, I figure that I should take the chance to discuss the subject matter that I teach (and test) in: Property. Open Book … Continue reading

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