Testing the test

This semester (Fall 2014), we have been teaching two graduate sections of “Law & Ethics.” This is a broad survey course, and in addition to the close relation between law and ethics and the poker-like decision of whether one should settle or go to trial, my students and I have spent considerable time studying several sources of legal liability, including torts, contracts, intellectual property, agency, and antitrust. Given the broad nature of “Law & Ethics,” what would an ideal final exam look like in terms of format, design, etc.?

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