Friday, February 25, 2011

A Great Website That Helps Us Keep Students Interested

A colleague of mine at UConn, Professor Mark DeAngelis, has created a great website on teaching legal studies to undergraduates. I think the website is useful to ASPer's who have a role in teaching undergraduates (a number of us do this, and our numbers are growing) as well as doctrinal professors looking to provide examples to give life to cases.

I would have LOVED to have seen a photograph of the note in Lucy v. Zehmer when I was reading the case in law school. Evidence would have been more relevant if I had the opportunity to see some ghastly examples of depositions gone wrong. The songs in here are great, and a lot of fun. (RCF)

http://legalstudiesclassroom.blogspot.com/ (Blog)

http://www.youtube.com/user/profblaw?feature=mhum (YouTube)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/academic_support/2011/02/a-great-website-that-helps-us-keep-students-interested.html

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