I finished my grading the other day. I'm pleased to say that by and large the students in both Internet Law and Jurisprudence did really well. I turned in the highest grades I've given in years, maybe ever. Lots of A's.
Average score on the final for Internet Law was an astounding 3.14 (out of 4.0); by the time I factored in class participation the class average rose to a 3.29. I round down, so that 3.29 became a B, but even so about a quarter — a quarter! — of the class got an A.
The scores were even higher in Jurisprudence (a very small, and thus somewhat self-selected class): The exam average was 3.25 and the final average was 3.38. A third of the class got an A (including one A+ — not that it has any official meaning).
It's possible I just gave easy exams this year, but while I suppose they were a little predictable if you were paying attention, I don't think they were all that easy. We have great students — and they keep getting better.