Death to Coffin
|Area||Corporate Finance and Securities|
Article originally published in the Canadian Lawyer Magazine, April 2016
Excerpt from "Death to Coffin":
If you have ever been involved in teaching a law school course and setting an exam, you’ll know that there are many roles to play. Those new to the process might assume that to avoid the research and balancing act of setting the test questions, the tedium of invigilating the exam, and the drudgery (interrupted by occasional unintended humour) involved in marking exams, the best role is to practise-take the exam. Take a moment to consider the limited upside of performing well, and the enduring consequence of not doing so, and then volunteer to do the marking. Trust me.