Pedagogical Resources: Legal Studies Classroom Blog
The Legal Studies Classroom blog strives to serve as a shared internet archive of innovative and interesting classroom resources for use in undergraduate legal studies classes. The blog provides curriculum resources appropriate for courses in Judicial Process, Constitutional Law, Criminal Justice, and Law and Society as well as Business Law.
General Link: http://legalstudiesclassroom.blogspot.com/
Sample posts include:
Autotune the Law - Melding Law and Popular Culture: http://legalstudiesclassroom.blogspot.com/2011/01/autotune-law-melding-law-and-popular.html
Featured Case - Loving v. Virginia: http://legalstudiesclassroom.blogspot.com/2011/03/featured-case-loving-v-virginia.html
Role of Social Norms in Shaping Conduct: http://legalstudiesclassroom.blogspot.com/2011/04/role-of-social-norms-in-shaping-conduct.html
The blog actively seeks contributors who are willing to share any classroom resource - an interesting case, a video, a favorite story, etc.. Contributors will be properly and conspicuously credited as post authors. Posts may be printed and placed in teaching portfolios.
I hope you find this blog a useful resource and are interested in contributing to this shared clearinghouse of classroom materials.
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