One of the great joys of teaching is the opportunity to develop new and creative ways in which to explain challenging legal material to students, particularly for a generation of students who embrace new and evolving technology. The pedagogical literature has a number of articles on the use of video media to help explain legal concepts in creative ways.1 Perhaps one of the more challenging areas of the law to teach undergraduate business law students is civil procedure. There is a tendency to use famous canonical, albeit obtuse, cases to attempt to explain civil litigation practice and procedures.
"Teaching Business Law Students The Basics of Civil Legal Actions Through The Case of The Sleeping Yankee Fan,"
North East Journal of Legal Studies: Vol. 40
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.fairfield.edu/nealsb/vol40/iss1/6