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Roberto Corrada: Labor Law Class: An Election

Roberto Corrada is a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. This video shows his class engaged in a mock election as part of his simulation course entitled Labor Relations Law.

Interview with Professor Corrada: Labor Law

Roberto Corrada is a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. In this interview, Professor Corrada describes his teaching methodology for his simulation-based labor law course.

Roberto Corrada: Labor Law Class at DU

Roberto Corrada is a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. This video gives an overview of the Labor Relations Law course he offers to upper level students.

David Thomson: Discovery Practicum: Mock Deposition

David Thomson is a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. This video shows students of his Discovery Practicum course engaged in mock depositions, using the case problems assigned at the beginning of the semester.

David Thomson: Discovery Practicum: Settlement

David Thomson is a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. This video shows students engaged in settlement negotiations as part of his Discovery Practicum course.

David Thomson: Discovery Practicum Overview

David Thomson is a law professor at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Here, he gives an overview of his Discovery Practicum course, which is a semester-long simulation.

Student Perspective: Family Law with Skills Course

Erin McGrath is a third year law student at Hofstra University Maurice A. Deane School of Law. In this video, she discusses her experience in the Family Law with Skills course taught by professors Andy Schepard and Herbie DiFonzo.

Herbie DiFonzo: Family Law with Skills Course

Herbie DiFonzo is law professor at Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. Here, he discusses the reformulation of the family law curriculum to integrate exposure to practice skills.

Andy Schepard: Family Law with Skills Course

Andy Schepard is a law professors at Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. Here, he gives an overview of the content and goals of the Family Law with Skills course.

Michael Hunter Schwartz: If Students Aren't Learning

Michael Hunter Schwartz is a law professor at Washburn University School of Law. Here, he discusses the importance of eliminating or reformulating exercises that do not lead to student learning.

Michael Hunter Schwartz: Techniques I Use for Teaching

Michael Hunter Schwartz is a law professor at Washburn University School of Law. Here, Professor Schwartz describes the many teaching methods he uses within one class period to access the different learning styles of the students.

Gillian Hadfield: First Year Contracts

Gillian Hadfield is a law professor at USC Gould School of Law. Here, she provides an overview of her First Year Contracts class at the law school.

Benjamin Madison: Teaching With Transparency

Benjamin Madison is a law professor at Regent University School of Law. Here, he discusses the importance of making his teaching goals clear and transparent to the students.

Benjamin Madison: Why Teach This Way

Benjamin Madison is a law professor at Regent University School of Law. Here, he encourages professors to integrate the Carnegie method into their classrooms.

Benjamin Madison: Professional Identity

Benjamin Madison is a law professor at Regent University School of Law. Here, he discusses how he encourages students to form their professional identities in law school.