Each February, Michelle Mitchell plans a booby-trapped dinner for the 80 or so law students who may know plenty about the Rule Against Perpetuities but zilch about a fish fork.

As associate director of career development at Michigan State University College of Law, Mitchell devises the menu for the school’s sell-out etiquette dinner, which includes such challenges as explosive cherry tomatoes, unruly peas and far too many spoon options.

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