For take-home exams UC Hastings uses Westlaw’s TWEN site, which allows students to download the take-home exam question and upload their answer during a specified period.
Please be aware: TWEN is just a server with a time stamp. You download and print the question from the “Final Exam” link on the TWEN site, write your answer in any word processing program you like, typing your exam number on every page, then save your answer as a word file before uploading your answer to the TWEN site. An instructional video about TWEN exams can be found here.
Shortly before the end of the semester, more information about due dates and exam time limits will be added to the TWEN page for your actual exam. If your professor approves, the specific instructions for the exam will be added to the “instructions” link for that exam.
|Cole & Waldman||Antitrust Mrgrs Acquisitions|
|Short||Constitutional Law I|
|Faigman||Constitutional Law II|
|Moscato||Employment Discrim: Upr Div|
|Kernan & Kostiner||Entertainment Law|
|Dunn||Global Health Law and Policy|
|Roht-Arriaza||International Criminal Law|
|Roht-Arriaza||International Human Rights|
|Zitrin||Legal Ethics:Practice Of Law|
|Wilson||Mergers and Acquisitions|
|Paul||Natl Securty and Forgn Relatns|
|Marshall||Race, Racism and American Law|
|Coles||Sexuality and the Law|
|Cable||Transactional Law Practicum|
Please do not contact your professor.
For problems during business hours, call us immediately at (415) 565-4613 or or send an email to email@example.com. During the exam period, we are open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. The office is staffed until 5:00 p.m. We are located in Room 211, on the second floor of 200 McAllister Street.
For problems outside of business hours, we ask that you stay calm and follow these steps:
Remember the Student Conduct Code
We will notify the professor if your exam is submitted outside the time limit unless you have documented extenuating circumstances to the Records Office.