Surviving the one-shot tests is a rite of passage for first-year law students. But is that rite, well, wrong? Legal education editor Karen Sloan talks with Ohio State University Michael E. Moritz College of Law professor Ruth Colker about revamping the traditional model and with Amanda Maxfield, a student who just went through the ordeal as a 1L at the law school.

They explore the rationale behind the “one-and-done” model and what some legal educators are doing to change it.

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