Saturday, January 29, 2005
It's that time of year for U.S. contracts profs--when first year law students who have just got the first bad grades of their academic lives come fuming or wailing into our offices. If you gave them their highest grade, fine, but God help you if you gave them their lowest grade.
Over on the Volokh Conspiracy blog, Orin Kerr of GWU has some pretty good advice to students about the process. Some of the reader comments, though, show that the message sometimes doesn't take.