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Wednesday, June 11, 2014
I teach trade remedies law at the Center for International Law at the John Marshall Law School. It turns out that drafting an exam is a fairly difficult task that takes some level of inspiration. This year, I decided to let my geek flag fly and craft an exam based on an original comic book scenario. After grading the tests, I sent it to the completely awesome Law and the Multiverse, which was kind enough to run it as a guest post. Yesterday, it was picked up the by also awesome Above the Law. For me, that's a good day.
Read the exam and the resulting discussion at Law and the Multiverse. Can you tease out all the references to the DC universe?