Tag Archives: teaching

Reading list: The Powerpoint Channel

Lynn M. Lopucki, The Powerpoint Channel From the intro: This article seeks to contribute to the development of the PowerPoint channel by describing a theory and style for PowerPoint teaching of law. By “style” I mean a particular combination of … Continue reading

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Videos in conjunction with my advertising law class

 In this pandemic year, I’m experimenting with short videos as part of the pre-class materials. They generally elaborate on a point to set up class discussion. I’m sharing them because, as Tom Lehrer says, they might prove useful to some … Continue reading

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Reading list: Pam Samuelson on legal writing

Pamela Samuelson, Good Legal Writing: of Orwell and WindowPanes  From the archives: Excellent short piece on legal writing, for students and other legal writers of all kinds.  In itself, interesting to see how a groundbreaking female academic framed things in … Continue reading

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Announcing the Open Source Property Casebook

Straight from Jeremy Sheff: On behalf of myself and my co-authors (Steve Clowney, James Grimmelmann, Mike Grynberg, and Rebecca Tushnet), I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Open-Source Property, a completely free casebook for the 1L Property Law course. We would like to ask … Continue reading

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New article on self-publishing, with Eric Goldman

Eric Goldman and I have written Self-Publishing an Electronic Casebook Benefited Our Readers–And Us, in the Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts. from Blogger http://ift.tt/1KTXYvt

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