Russell Brunelle (russellb) wrote,
Russell Brunelle

Last time turning in a paper

Normally, major papers and exams at the law school are submitted anonymously, so that the professor doesn't know whose paper or exam he or she is evaluating. You're assigned a random number to use in place of your name (which is different every quarter) and turn in your papers here, at the academic services office. Exams are taken and submitted using special laptop computer software, with the same effect.

It's actually a violation of the honor code to give any sort of hint in your work that might suggest your identity.

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