See above for illustration accompanying an issued patent for A Method of Tilting A Head to Indicate Confusion. This method is routinely employed and likely infringed by most law students when first confronted with Fed. R. Civ. P. 19(a) and 19(b) regarding Joinder of Required Parties, as amply illustrated by the appropriately numbered illustrations above. Note for example […]
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I often remind my Civil Procedure students that the rules of civil procedure are critical tools for the practice of law. Kind of like Batman’s utility belt. Thus, this wonderful graphic, courtesy of St. Thomas Law 1L Alex Fernandez-Lovo (@afernandezlovo): Cross-posted to Infoglut Tumblr.
Presentation on teaching with online simulations at Institute for Law Teaching and Learning summer conference
Last month I participated in a great conference on legal education by the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning, “Engaging and Assessing Our Students” (link here). There were numerous workshops, and my only regret is that I couldn’t attend all of them. My topic was on teaching with online simulations: Live websites provide a dynamic […]
This weekend the NY Times is running an online debate entitled “The Debate over Law School.” The main focus is whether law school should be reduced from three years to two. Geoffrey R. Stone says “The critical question is what law schools can do to educate future lawyers that legal practice cannot do.” In addition: […]