Self and Peer Assessment in Legal Education
The vast majority of law schools in the western world have the privilege of admitting hard working, creative and intelligent students, no matter how the slippery concept of “intelligence” is measured. Yet every year in almost every course, there are students whose work is assigned low grades because it lacks substance, clarity, creativity and sophistication. Why is such poor quality work produced?
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Rawson, Shirley and Tyree, Alan L.
"Self and Peer Assessment in Legal Education,"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 1
, Article 11.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol1/iss1/11