Thursday, August 30, 2007

Episode 002: Interview with Prof. Carrie Teitcher

Episode 002: Interview with Prof. Carrie Teitcher.mp3

Carrie W. Teitcher joined the Brooklyn Law School faculty in 1984 after practicing as an associate with the firm of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan. She has been an early advocate of using technology in the classroom and has employed it in her own legal writing classes to facilitate learning. She has written and lectured on the importance of using computer technology in both doctrinal and skills courses. Her most recent article "Rebooting the Approach to Teaching Research: Embracing the Computer Age" was recently published in volume 99, number 3 of the Law Library Journal (Summer 2007).

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Episode 001: Interview with Prof. Aliza Kaplan

Episode 001: Interview with Prof. Aliza Kaplan.mp3

Aliza Kaplan is a successful New York lawyer and Instructor of Law at Brooklyn Law School. In addition to her work on the Innocence Project, Professor Kaplan recently co-produced My Country, My Country, the 2006 documentary film by Laura Poitras which was nominated for an Academy Award in the category of Best Documentary Feature. This week Aliza and I talked about what First Year Law Students can expect during their Legal Writing course in the upcoming fall 2007 semester.

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