1. How to Brief a Case Part 2

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    from Beth Thornburg Added 783 0 0

    This video focuses on the introductory parts of the case brief -- caption, facts & procedural history. It's important to learn which facts matter to a case's outcome and to understand the significance of the procedure that led up to the decision.

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    • How to Brief a Case Part 3

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      This video focuses on the key parts of the case brief -- issue, holding, and analysis. They're the hardest, but the most important.

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      • Civil Recourse Theory

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        from Jon Roemer Added 729 1 0

        Created for the online version of Fordham Lawyer to expand upon the spring 2012 cover story. Professor Benjamin C. Zipursky on civil recourse theory and tort law. The thumbnail is taken from the cover image for the story. Blog post here: http://blog.jonroemer.com/2012/06/it-really-has-to-be-a-smorgasbord/ .

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        • Dean's Cup: Original Version

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          This is the promotional video for the 2008 Dean's Cup. Director: Alex Velasquez Executive Producers: Alex Velasquez & Doug Kwazneski II Sound Engineer: Doug Kwazneski II More credits at the end of the film..

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          • Building Justice Preview

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            There could be a new building in the S.J. Quinney College of Law's future. Created by Robert S. Mills

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            • The "Must-Have" Law School Admission Guide - Now Available on Amazon.com

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              Going to law school? Learn everything you need to know to get in to law school. The new, re-written and completely updated version of the bestselling law school school admission guide provides detailed information on how to present yourself in the law school application process. Ann Levine, former director of admission for two ABA-approved law schools, and author of the Law School Expert blog, provides advice about writing the best law school personal statements, how to choose people to write letters of recommendation, what to include in your resume, how to explain weaknesses in your application such as a low GPA or LSAT score, the best way to prepare for the LSAT, and how to choose a law school. Once you've submitted your law school applications, this book will continue to guide you on getting accepted from a waiting list, negotiating law school scholarships, and transferring to a new law school after your 1L year. The book includes sample resumes with annotations, an analysis of personal statement introductions, tips on writing optional essays for law schools, and sample addenda. Even if you are a non-traditional applicant, an international student, or if you have learning disabilities, you will find tips specific to your situation.

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              • Screencast 2 Separation of Powers and Delgation

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                from Craig Forcese Added 659 1 0

                Part 2 of a basic introduction to Canadian public law. Viewers should be sure to first consult Screencast 1 in this series.

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                • Integrating Trial Advocacy and Mindfulness Theory & Practice

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                  A Webinar with David M. Zlotnick, Professor of Law, Roger Williams University School of Law May 25, 2011 Sponsored by a fellowship from the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, Professor Zlotnick created a course that explored the potential for mindfulness theory and practice to help aspiring lawyers make a career in trial work more humane and sustainable. In this webinar, he will provide some background on how trial advocacy is typically taught in American law schools and will then walk attendees through the various ways in which mindfulness theory and practice were integrated into the course. This webinar should be of interest to teachers of all kinds of experiential learning, those who teach in professional schools, and those whose courses involve student presentations, as some of the exercises were also designed to ameliorate public speaking anxiety. Education, especially professional education, is also a socialization process. Budding trial lawyers often come to law school with an ideal trial lawyer in mind, often drawn from TV or the movies. Even if this model is a positive one, the donning of a pre-conceived persona often leads to a loss of authenticity, to the personal and professional detriment of the student. Thus, Professor Zlotnick's course also focused on maintaining authenticity. To demonstrate this aspect of the course during the webinar, attendees will watch a video clip from a class meeting. In this session, a law student with an already well-developed “trial lawyer persona” was asked to shed some of that protective armor and discover how to be a truer version of herself in front of the mock jury. However, rather than revealing a resounding success, the clip shows how difficult this endeavor can be and how it requires experimentation and courage from both students and teachers. After the video, there will be time for discussion of the clip and how some of the exercises from the course could be extended to other settings. About the Instructor: David Zlotnick is a Professor of Law at Roger Williams University School of Law. After graduating from Harvard Law School, he clerked for a federal appellate judge, worked as a white collar defense attorney, and served as a federal prosecutor in Washington, D.C. He took time off from academia to become the founding Litigation Director for Families Against Mandatory Minimums and to pursue federal sentencing research as a Soros Senior Justice Fellow and Visiting Scholar at the George Washington University School of Law. Professor Zlotnick's work on sentencing issues has received coverage in a variety of media including Rolling Stone, BBC Television, and The New York Times. Professor Zlotnick teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, and Trial Advocacy. In 2008, he was awarded a Contemplative Practice Fellowship by the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society. His mindfulness training includes retreats with Jack Kornfield & Tara Brach, a lawyers’ program at Spirit Rock, and an eight-week Mindfulness Based Stress Relief program at Brown University. He is a graduate of the Prison Dharma Project’s Path of Freedom training and leads meditation sessions for inmates in Rhode Island. His own practice includes vipassana meditation and yoga, running and biking, and sometimes most importantly, surrounding himself with friends whose humor constantly remind him not to take himself too seriously.

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                  • UQ Law Experience - LLM Kerstin

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                    Postgraduate law study at UQ As a professional school, our relationship with the legal profession is at the heart of our mission. With input and support from the legal industry, professional networks and the judiciary, we’ve designed challenging, informative and specialist driven postgraduate coursework programs which serve the needs of today’s practitioners of law and other professionals. • Master of Laws (LLM) • Master of Laws (Advanced) (LLM (Adv)) • Master of Applied Law (MAppLaw) • Graduate Diploma in Applied Law (GDAppLaw) • Graduate Certificate in Applied Law (GCAppLaw) UQ law courses are presented by internationally renowned academics working in tandem with guest speakers chosen for their experience and expertise in the field. Taking into account the evolving needs of both the legal profession and major industries, UQ offers many new specialist legal areas covering issues as diverse as sports law, mining law, international business, and mediation. Structured to fit in with professional and other commitments, these courses are offered in a variety of intensive or semester long formats. Many of our students also choose to undertake coursework programs to satisfy annual Continuing Professional Development requirements. law.uq.edu.au/master-of-laws law.uq.edu.au/applied-law

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                    • University of North Dakota School of Law "Bricklaying" Ceremony (Oct. 10, 2014)

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                      The University of North Dakota holds a bricklaying ceremony for the renovation and addition to its law school.

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