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LSI blog featured in the Wall Street Journal

They’re too modest over there to toot (or tout) their own horn, but the WSJ’s Blog Watch on November 27 listed Law School Innovation among the blogs to, er, watch: This new blog, launched in late October, is the brainchild of Ohio State University law professor Douglas A. Berman and, as its name suggests, is […]

I’m guest-blogging on Law School Innovation

Prof. Doug Berman has graciously allowed me to write a few posts for the new blog, Law School Innovation. I’ve introduced myself and have made my first request for participation on our study — see my next post.

video vidi visum : virtual

vvv:v documents new initiatives taking place across several American law schools to use Multi-User Virtual Environments as teaching tools or settings. MUVEs afford law teachers significant new capabilities ranging from group discussions with higher “emotional bandwidth” than text chatting, to simulating complex systems that would be difficult to experience in realspace, to exploring the legal […]