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Brandon Mattalo – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2024
While it is important to research the negative impact of generative artificial intelligence on academic integrity, academics should focus most of their efforts on the opportunities these technologies present for improving pedagogical practices. In this note, I attempt to flip the narrative from one of fear to one of opportunity. I suggest that…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Technology Integration
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Raygan Pierce Chain; Michael Conklin – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2024
This article provides instructions for an engaging classroom activity when discussing the Equal Pay Act of 1963. Students are asked to consider how to approach pay decisions when hiring a new employee for their business. Issues arise when the new hire asks for a higher wage than a current employee of a different sex. Legal Environment of…
Descriptors: Salary Wage Differentials, Gender Discrimination, Federal Legislation, Class Activities
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Richard G. Kunkel – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2024
For many professors, testing is primarily a tool for assessing the learning of students. However, research into the "testing effect" has established the value of testing also as a learning tool, not just as an assessment tool. This article provides an overview of this research and also of my own experiences in using a variety of testing…
Descriptors: Testing, Test Construction, College Students, Student Evaluation
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Jordan M. Blanke – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2024
Generative artificial intelligence (generative AI) applications such as ChatGPT and its brethren erupted onto the scene last year and have been quite a disruptor throughout higher education. Like much new technology, generative AI brings with it benefits and challenges. This note focuses on early experiences with ChatGPT, attempts to learn how to…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Higher Education, Technology, Evaluation Methods
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Koval, Michael R. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2023
With a pandemic, a war, structural racism, and the fragility of democracy crowding the headlines, Michael R. Koval has have been reexamining his role as professor and the objectives, procedures, and assessment mechanisms of his classroom activities and assignments. For reasons described in the article, the assignments that resonate with him today,…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, College Students, Business Administration Education, Classroom Techniques
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Kaminer, Debbie – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2023
This article uses the question "Can government and businesses mandate the COVID-19 vaccine?" as a starting point for an interdisciplinary lesson appropriate for a variety of business law classes. This lesson includes several important overlapping learning goals: (1) It expands students' ability to analyze how the complexity associated…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Immunization Programs, Disease Control
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Kuzenski, John C. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2023
There is a widespread understanding that most business undergraduates will need some exposure to the law to maximize their opportunities to succeed as businesspeople or managers, but the extent of that exposure could easily become overkill if educators lose sight of the fact that these are not law students. However in just over 87% of business…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Business Administration Education, Textbook Content, Law Related Education
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Edwards, Matthew A. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2023
Despite what some students believe, there is far more to business law education than mastering myriad legal rules governing business. In addition to learning the "rules," many business law instructors want students to obtain a basic understanding of legal analysis and judicial decision-making. This article provides guidance for…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Business Administration Education, Legal Responsibility, College Students
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Weiser, Hannah R. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2023
For a business law class at any level or format, a field trip to a court is critical to bridge the gap between theory and practice. This article encourages legal studies instructors to utilize field trips to a court as an experiential learning opportunity for business law and legal studies courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels for…
Descriptors: Experiential Learning, Law Related Education, Courts, Business Administration Education
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Loafman, Lucas W. – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2023
Though "assessment is an integral part of the learning process," unfortunately, struggles are not uncommon, and for various reasons, some students struggle with specific assessments. So, the question becomes, what should be done about it? Discussions on inclusive educational practices have exploded as a part of a renewed push for greater…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Law Related Education, Student Evaluation, Evaluation Methods
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Blount, Justin; Waddell, Kristen – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2023
This article presents an employment negotiation exercise suitable for use in numerous business courses. The exercise has been utilized in a graduate Negotiation and Dispute Resolution course and an undergraduate Employment and Agency Law course. However, due to the broad skills developed and accessible subject matter, it could be used in a variety…
Descriptors: Business Administration Education, Class Activities, Conflict Resolution, Law Related Education
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Nieman, Rebecca – Journal of Legal Studies Education, 2023
A brief examination of the fashion world reveals a multitude of learning opportunities for the business law curriculum. Fashion Law, a niche legal practice that addresses the broad range of business law concerns facing the fashion industry, has only recently gained a more respected position within legal research, debate, and discourse. This…
Descriptors: Clothing, Food Service, Class Activities, Ethics
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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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