May 20, 2016

Law, Pop Culture, the Final Exam, and the Internet

London School of Economics (LSE) prof Andrew Murray created a final exam problem that included all kinds of references to the hit HBO comedy Silicon Valley, and because students may keep the exam questions after they turn in their answers, one (anonymous) student posted the question online. Joy in online Mudville! The thing has gone viral, and Professor Murray is a source of amazement to the rest of us academics who can only wish students would find our questions half as entertaining, especially on final exams.

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