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Benjamin Madison: Developing a Casebook

Benjamin Madison is a law professor at Regent University School of Law. Here, he speaks about developing a master problem that will follow the entire course, which allows students to take the role of a new associate.

Suzanne Peters: Seeing a Trial From Start to Finish

Suzanne Peters is a student at Washington & Lee University School of Law. Here, she describes the benefits of the immersion course that takes students through the entire litigation process, from the client interview to the end of the trial.

Suzanne Peters: Professionalism Starts in Law School

Suzanne Peters is a third year law student at Washington and Lee University School of Law. Here, she describes the various roles students must take on while participating in the transactional and litigation immersion courses.

Benjamin Spencer: The Benefits of Practice Skills in Law School

Benjamin Spencer is a law professor at Washington & Lee University School of Law. Here, he suggests that law schools mirror the medical school model of learning doctrine, but also engaging in practice as a part of their professional education.

James Moliterno: Students Don't Do That; Lawyers Do

James Moliterno is a law professor at Washington & Lee University School of Law. Here, he discusses the change in the third year curriculum at the school to involve the actual practice of law, as opposed to just theory and doctrine.

James Moliterno: The Immersions

James Moliterno is a law professor at Washington & Lee University School of Law. Here, he discusses and provides an overview of the litigation and transactional immersion courses taught at the school.

Michael Madison: Lawyers Are More Than Counselors

Michael Madison is a Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Innovation Practice Institute at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Here, he talks about his vision for what a lawyer's role is, which evolved from his experience as a lawyer in Silicon Valley. "Lawyers become major nodes in...

Michael Madison: Let Students Practice Law

Michael Madison is a Professor of Law and Faculty Director of the Innovation Practice Institute at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Here he talks about treating students like junior lawyers.

William Henderson: Reflective Practice

William Henderson is a professor of law at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Here, he discusses the importance of reflecting, refining, and learning from others.

William Henderson: The Legal Profession

William Henderson is a professor of law at Indiana University Maurer School of Law. This video provides an overview of the first year legal profession course he teaches.