Above the Law Posts Nesson’s Evidence Exam

Above the Law, the legal blog, posted a copy, or a portion thereof, of Professor Charles Nesson’s exam today in a post entitled, “The Evidence Exam at Harvard Law That Requires No Evidence to Pass.” The posted exam, allegedly provided by a student, features two questions, each with a 500 word limit, which are, according to post author Eli Mystal, examples of Professor Nesson’s focus on the “existential experience of thinking deeply (or casually) about law.”

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