Saturday, April 3, 2010
Professor Johnson is a professor at The University of North Dakota School of Law, where he has taught since 2007. He teaches Torts, Intellectual Property, and Media & Entertainment Law. He has published articles such as Rethinking Sharing Licenses for the Entertainment Media, 26 Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal 391 (2008), and Calibrating Patent Lifetimes, 22 Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal 269 (2006). According to Professor Johnson,
The poster titled "The Wypadki: Facilitating a Class-Wide Group Outline" describes a way to use a wiki to help the members of law-school class build a single group outline. I am of the opinion that the easier way to learn is usually the better way. Thus, if I can help everyone avoid the need to reinvent the wheel by writing their own outline from scratch, I think that's a good thing. For one, it frees up their time for more
intellectually challenging tasks -- finding connections, applying doctrine to problems, or what have you. A webpage with links to various wypadkis is here: http://www.eejlaw.com/wypadki/.