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Legal Research, Nancy Schultz, Louis Sirico Dec 2000

Legal Research, Nancy Schultz, Louis Sirico

Nancy Schultz

No abstract provided.


Psychodrama And The Training Of Trial Lawyers: Finding The Story, Dana K. Cole Dec 2000

Psychodrama And The Training Of Trial Lawyers: Finding The Story, Dana K. Cole

Dana Cole

The author attempts in this article to make trial lawyers and trial advocacy teachers aware of a tool called psychodrama and how it is being used in prepartation for trial and at trial.


Reflections On Good (Law) Teaching, Mary Kate Kearney, Mary Jane Kearney Dec 2000

Reflections On Good (Law) Teaching, Mary Kate Kearney, Mary Jane Kearney

Mary Kate Kearney

No abstract provided.


A Era Pós-Napster, Ivo T. Gico Dec 2000

A Era Pós-Napster, Ivo T. Gico

Ivo Teixeira Gico Jr.

O artigo analisa questões referentes à divugação não autorizada de obras artísticas pela internet e os problemas enfrentados pela indústria fonográfica, contrastando o direito ao acesso à informação, controle e seu papel fundamental na construção de uma democracia. The article examines issues relating to unauthorized disclosure of artistic works on the Internet and the problems faced by the music industry, opposed by the access to information rights, control and its fundamental role in the building of a democracy.


Why You Should Use A Course Web Page, E. Joan Blum Dec 2000

Why You Should Use A Course Web Page, E. Joan Blum

E. Joan Blum

No abstract provided.


Teaching Legal Analysis Using A Pluralistic Model Of Law, Wilson R. Huhn Dec 2000

Teaching Legal Analysis Using A Pluralistic Model Of Law, Wilson R. Huhn

Wilson R. Huhn

The purpose of this Article is to describe a pluralistic model of reasoning that may be used to teach the skills of legal analysis. There are different ways to categorize legal arguments. Perhaps the most common method is to identify different legal arguments with specific schools of jurisprudence or moral philosophy. This is the standard approach followed by leading scholars such as Lon Fuller. In a classic article, Fuller illustrated how a murder case could be analyzed utilizing jurisprudential frameworks such as positivism, natural law, social contract, practical wisdom, and legal realism. Another example of this method of characterizing legal ...


It All Begins With You: Improving Law School Learning Through Professional Self-Awareness And Critical Reflection, Filippa M. Anzalone Dec 2000

It All Begins With You: Improving Law School Learning Through Professional Self-Awareness And Critical Reflection, Filippa M. Anzalone

Filippa Marullo Anzalone

From the author's introduction: This paper grows out of my reflections on my own introduction to learning theory. In it, I hope to accomplish two things. First, I present a modest proposal for becoming a better teacher. My thesis is simple: by knowing more about ourselves and our own learning processes, preferences, and inclinations, we will become better teachers. We will discover why we have elected to teach as we do, and we will also uncover when we have been on automatic pilot, blithely accepting the role of law professor, as conceived by our institutions, our students' expectations, and ...


Teaching Ethical, Holistic Client Representation In Family Adr, Phyllis E. Bernard Dec 2000

Teaching Ethical, Holistic Client Representation In Family Adr, Phyllis E. Bernard

Phyllis E. Bernard

No abstract provided.


Values And Lawyering Skills, John J. Capowski Dec 2000

Values And Lawyering Skills, John J. Capowski

John J. Capowski

No abstract provided.