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Photo credit: The All-Nite Images from NY, NY USA on Wikimedia Commons A Q&A with Sharon Block, Executive Director of the Labor and Worklife Program and Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School by: Lisa Brem* Recently, HLS Case Writing … Continue reading
A Q&A with Harvard Law School Professor Holger Spamann by: Lisa Brem Corporations and corporate finance courses typically spend the majority of their time talking about the stock form of corporate organization, which makes sense, given that this is the … Continue reading
In honor of Fair Use Week, we are reposting our blog about our case study: How Fair is Fair Use? The Battle Over E-Reserves at GSU (A) and (B) Since it was published, this case study has been downloaded 82 times. Kyle K. Courtney, … Continue reading
As the year comes to a close, we’d like to share our greatest hits of 2014. Do you have our top cases and role plays yet? Top Three New Cases of 2014: Sue the Consumer: Digital Copyright in the New … Continue reading
New Products: What’s Fair about Fair Use? The Battle Over E-Reserves at GSU (A) and (B) Kyle K. Courtney, Harvard University’s Copyright Advisor in the Harvard Library Office for Scholarly Communication, wanted to develop a case study on the contentious … Continue reading
New Product: Prosecutorial Discretion in Charging and Plea Bargaining: The Aaron Swartz Case (B) The B case, now available, is an epilogue to Part A, the main discussion stimulus. Part A asks participants to consider the prosecutorial decisions and ethics of … Continue reading
New Product: The Battle for Unocal Professor Holger Spamann recently published his first case study, The Battle for Unocal, after piloting it in his Corporations course at Harvard Law School. This case focuses on the plight of Unocal Corporation, which … Continue reading
Product: Prosecutorial Discretion in Charging and Plea Bargaining: The Aaron Swartz Case HLS Professor Adriaan Lanni came to us with a vision for her criminal adjudication class: teach students the ethics and discretion of prosecution. Rather than explain landmark examples … Continue reading
Biologists at the University of Washington recently released the findings of a meta-analysis on active learning in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) classes: students in lecture classes, across every discipline, are 1.5 times more likely to fail than students … Continue reading
New Product: “Prosecutorial Discretion in Charging and Plea Bargaining: The Aaron Swartz Case” In January 2011, an Assistant United States Attorney in Massachusetts’ Internet and Computer Crimes Unit was assigned a case from MIT. For months, a guest on the … Continue reading