Mika Presents on the Use of Sight and Sound in the Legal Writing Classroom

Legal Writing Professor Karin Mika presented Sight and Sound in the Legal Writing Classroom at the Western Regional Legal Writing Conference held at the University of Oregon (Eugene) on August 9 and 10th.   The presentation focused on the current generation, which is primarily entertained by videos and music, and how connecting with the students in the classroom can be enhanced by including videos and music in substantive material.  Mika explained how music videos can be used as substantive material in examining the Fair Use statute for purposes of a research and writing assignment.

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