2018 Legal Studies Examiners Report

Allama Iqbal College of Commerce, Taunsa Sharif (D.G. Khan) The Ombudsman Privilege is a House of Cards: The Organizational Ombudsman’s Hopefulbut Unrealized Promise of Privilege and a Roadmap for Keeping the Promise, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper 22-01 (2022), publié au 41 Tex. Rev. Litig. 33 (à paraître en 2022) JD-Next: A Randomized Experiment of a Scalable Online Program to Prepare Various Students for Law School, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper 22-17 (2022), version précédente publiée le 21-11 (2021), publié à __ J. Legal Educ. __ (à paraître) (Co-auteur avec Katherine Cheng, Jessica Findley, Adriana Cimetta, Heidi Burross, Matt Charles, Cayley Balser et Ran Li) Sélectionnez l’un des liens suivants, pour obtenir des commentaires sur la performance des étudiants à l’examen de cette année. Collège de commerce Allama Iqbal, Taunsa Sharif (D.G. Khan) Allama Iqbal College of Commerce, Taunsa Sharif (D.G. Khan) • COMPUTER S 202 Allama Iqbal College of Commerce, Taunsa Sharif (D.G.

Khan) Re: Accountable Tech Petition for Rulemaking to Prohibit Tailored Advertising (Commentary to the Federal Trade Commission), Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper 22-03 (2022), also published by George Mason Law & Economics Research Paper No. 22-01 (2022) (co-author with James C. Cooper, Joshua D. Wright and John M. Yun) The Utah Online Dispute Resolution Platform: A Usability Evaluation and Report, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper 21-06 (2020) (co-author with Sarah Mauet, Christopher L. Griffin, Jr., and Mackenzie Pish) Use the comments to guide preparation for future exams. Feedback includes an overview of the qualities of better responses. Comments may not be given on all questions.