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Editor: D. A. Jeremy Telman
Valparaiso Univ. Law School

Tuesday, December 5, 2006

Limerick of the Week

Many of my students, faced with the prospect of their first set of law school exams, find the system unconscionable.  They have no bargaining power, and the terms are unreasonably favorable to law professors, who give no feedback all semester and then administer exams in environments that could hardly be more stress-inducing for students.  I suggest they raise their claim in D.C.

When he learned of Ms. Williams' plight,
"Unconscionable!" said Skelly-Wright.
If you sell door-to-door,
The court might abhor
You, and void all your contracts for spite.

[Jeremy Telman]

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