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Sample Exams, Feedback, and Student Work - Property

These exams serve as an assessment tool for Professor Burgess’s Property course at the Charlotte School of Law. The exams consist of multiple-choice questions and one long essay question. In addition to the exams, Professor Burgess has provided annotated model answers, sample student answers, and...

Lawyer Self-Assessment Form - Negotiation

Professor John Lande uses self-assessments in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. In this self-assessment, students are asked to reflect on their experience in a simulation from their role as a lawyer.

General Self-Assessment Form - Negotiation

Professor John Lande uses self-assessments in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. In this self-assessment, students are asked to reflect on their experience in a particular simulation. Students are asked about reaching an agreement, satisfaction with the results and...

Client Self-Assessment Form - Negotiation

Professor John Lande uses self-assessments in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. In this self-assessment, students are asked to reflect on their experience in a simulation from their role as a client.

Instructions for Writing Self-Assessments - Negotiation

Professor John Lande uses self-assessments in his Negotation course at the University of Missouri School of Law. The main purposes of the self-assessments are to: (1) reflect on what students have learned from a simulation about negotiation and/or as a negotiator, and (2) practice self-analysis, an...

Written Assignments and Due Dates - Family Law with Skills

The Written Assignments and Due Dates document outlines the writing assignments of the Family Law with Skills course, which are used to evaluate the performance of students. The document lists each written assignment, the due date of the assignment, and any relevant details. Students must complete...

Sample Exam - First Year Contracts

This Sample Exam for the First Year Contracts course at the University of Southern California provides an example of an assessment administered at the end of the course. The exam tests students in spotting and analyzing contracts-related issues within a complex hypothetical.

Memo, Example Three - Copyright Law

This is the third of three student memos that were written as part of the Copyright Law course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. This memo, which serves as an assessment for the course, discusses new strategies for using the fair use defense.

Memo, Example Two - Copyright Law

This is the second of three student memos that were written as part of the Copyright Law course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. This memo, which serves as an assessment for the course, analyzes the fair use defense in light of new case law.

Memo, Example One - Copyright Law

This is the first of three student memos that were written as part of the Copyright Law course at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. This memo, which serves as an assessment for the course, analyzes several issues, including copyright infringement claims and the fair use defense.

Final Presentation Problems - The Legal Profession

This final presentation serves as an assessment for The Legal Profession course at the Indiana University School of Law. The Group Presentations are an opportunity for students to exercise their teamwork and communication skills while learning and reviewing the course material on legal ethics and...

Student Work: Final Paper - International Business Negotiations

This student work provides an example of the final reflection paper assigned as part of the International Business Negotiations course at the Washington Law School at American University. The final paper helps to assess whether students participating in the program learned the appropriate skills...