A Day in the Life of Law School Teaching





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Published on Dec 17, 2015

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This video was created to stimulate discussion among faculty members about law school teaching methods.

The video has five segments. In each segment, Professor Larry Dubin

- interviews the teacher before class,
- taped the class, and
- then interviewed students.

Each segment allows the viewer to hear the teacher explaining the teaching method, to see portions of a class, and to learn from students the impact of the teaching method on their thoughts, behavior, and feelings. The courses represented are Contracts, First Amendment, Criminal Law, Negotiations, and Evidence.

A Day in the Life of Law School Teaching was produced and copyright in 1994 by Larry Dubin, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. This program was made possible under a grant from the Institute for Law School Teaching at Gonzaga University School of Law and is uploaded to YouTube with permission. This work is out of print and may not be reproduced or republished without permission.


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