With finals almost underway, this seems to be an appropriate time to take a look at this classic article "Thirteen Rules for Taking Law Exams" by Jerry J. Phillips, reprinted at 72 Tenn. L. Rev. 797-806 (2005). Originally published in the Journal of Legal Education in 1971, it is a funny, sarcastic list of what (not) to do while taking law exams. You can find this article in both Lexis and Westlaw and a paper copy of the journal in our library. If you want both good advice and a chuckle, this is the place to go.
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