If you want to pass the law exam, you put yourself under insane pressure. No wonder that this subject is running out of young talent. Now there are finally plans for reform.
A Bavarian university, the first state examination in law is imminent, the students are discussing a problem. It has nothing to do with contract law, European law or criminal law, but with human rights. The young women and men ask themselves whether they would be willing to sacrifice a body part in order to have the guarantee of passing the exam. Instead of immediately dismissing this mind game as absurd, they discuss what the exam would be worth: an ear, a finger or a toe? And an honors exam then even more? No joke.