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Murphy, Tonia Hap – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2022
Tonia Hap Murphy is a Teaching Professor at the Mendoza College of Business, University of Notre Dame. For her, the biggest shock was moving from in-person teaching to online teaching. Notre Dame announced on March 11, 2020, that students, then on spring break, should not return to campus and would finish the semester online. Online classes would…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Teaching Methods, Classroom Techniques
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Marsnik, Susan; Thompson, Dale; Supina, Susan – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2022
Teachers instinctively know that first impressions are important. On the first day of class, instructors want to set the tone, establish expectations, introduce the course, and build rapport. As seen from the academy-wide survey presented in this article, individual approaches to these goals differ widely. Some faculty members use the first day of…
Descriptors: Legal Education (Professions), Business Education, Experiential Learning, Class Activities
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Brown, Liz – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2022
This article explains how to build an interdisciplinary course about global problem-solving that is anchored in business law yet draws substantially from many other fields. In 2020, Liz Brown developed and led a teaching team composed of fourteen faculty members and learning center leaders from across Bentley University to deliver a pilot course…
Descriptors: Social Change, Sustainability, Interdisciplinary Approach, Problem Solving
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Anderson, Bradford P. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2022
This article demonstrates how, and provides all necessary material, to utilize experiential classroom integration of an earthquake insurance policy as an engaging and immersive tool to introduce business law students to applied contract analysis and interpretation. Students also gain an understanding of insurance concepts through this exercise.…
Descriptors: Natural Disasters, Seismology, Insurance, Law Students
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Grant, Shawn – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2022
Discussion boards have been around for more than two decades. They are a feature of most learning management systems (LMS)2 and are one of the earliest tools used in fully online classes, particularly for asynchronous classes. The goal of this article is to provide guidance to instructors in using discussion boards to create an engaging and…
Descriptors: Group Discussion, Computer Mediated Communication, Learner Engagement, Introductory Courses
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Bird, Robert C. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2022
This article contributes to the literature supporting the importance of legal knowledge in business and business education by making three underappreciated points about the rule of law as an integral element of business education. First, students need legal knowledge not only because it is necessary for surviving in a competitive business…
Descriptors: Law Related Education, Business, Ethics, Business Administration Education
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El-Jourbagy, Jehan; Roessing, Matt; Roush, Kimberly; Roush, Justin – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2021
Effective business owners and managers must understand and apply skills from a variety of disciplines, including legal studies, marketing, and economics. The ability of professionals from diverse backgrounds to communicate, debate, and problem-solve can be the difference between a project's success and failure. The authors are faculty members from…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Laws, Theories, Experiential Learning
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Orozco, David – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2021
This article introduces a novel process-based teaching methodology called the legal learning cycle and utilizes a contracts case study to illustrate this learning process in action. The legal learning cycle is an active learning resource and approach that engages students, demonstrates relational contracting principles, and exposes students to…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Legal Education (Professions), Case Studies, Active Learning
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Bagley, Constance E. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2021
Although climate change is already a reality in many geographical regions, and the scientific evidence of the global environmental danger is stark, 'business as usual' often remains unchallenged in business and management research. Moreover, business and management education continues to teach and promote human-centered economic models that are…
Descriptors: Business Education Teachers, Business Administration Education, Legal Responsibility, Human Dignity
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Cahoy, Daniel R.; Murphy, Tonia Hap – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2021
When professors teach complex topics like trademarks in a business law or legal environment class, the delivery is often too abstract. Textbooks tend to focus on black-letter basics of trademark law, ignoring strategic considerations. Experienced managers know that the strongest trademarks (legally speaking) do not necessarily sell products. These…
Descriptors: Intellectual Property, Copyrights, Business Administration Education, Legal Education (Professions)
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Silvia, Hilary – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2021
The use of court cases as educational tools is widely established and deeply entrenched as an effective approach to legal studies education. Exploring legal concepts against the backdrop of a known outcome, in the form of a verdict or a judicial opinion, provides certainty and a foundation for the analytical extension of precedent to new and…
Descriptors: Legal Education (Professions), Case Method (Teaching Technique), Court Litigation, Teaching Methods
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Lee, Konrad S.; Kent-Jensen, Laura – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2021
The following is a description of an interactive exercise for teaching the general components of commercial real estate leases to an introductory Legal and Ethical Environment of Business Law undergraduate class. Part I provides the context for commercial real estate leasing in the United States. Part II introduces the characteristics of and legal…
Descriptors: Law Related Education, Contracts, Risk Management, Compliance (Legal)
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Ostas, Daniel T. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2021
Business law faculty enjoy the privilege to engage in scholarly activities with a practical bent. As business law faculty learn from their reading, thinking, and writing, they can share this learning with their students. Many of these students will earn leadership positions with direct influence on business practices. When scholarship nudges the…
Descriptors: Legal Education (Professions), College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Scholarship
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Nersessian, David L. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2020
This article details a teaching exercise developed for use in core business law courses for undergraduates and Master of Business Administration (MBA) students. The exercise has two primary goals. First, if conducted toward the end of the course, it allows for the substantive review of several primary areas of business law such as business…
Descriptors: Law Related Education, Business Administration Education, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students
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Black, Cheryl L.; Willey, Susan L. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2020
Because many students may be unaware of the role played by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) in adjudicating cases involving employee use of social media and employer technology-related workplace rules, this article introduces a pedagogical perspective and approach that should help to engage today's digital native business…
Descriptors: Personnel Policy, Social Media, Class Activities, Policy Analysis
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