Journal of Legal Education Hosts Symposium Issue

 Journal of Legal Education Hosts Symposium Issue on Use of Pop Culture and Visual Images in the Classroom

Issue 68-1 of the Journal of Legal Education hosts a symposium that illustrates the many ways law can be better understood through use of videos both in the classroom and in law practice.

The following articles in the Symposium on Visual Images and Popular Culture in Legal Education are introduced by guest editors Michael Asimow and Ticien Marie Sassoubre:

JLE Summer 2018 CoverAdditional articles included in this issue are “Self-Knowledge for Lawyers: What It Is and Why It Matters,” by Thomas Morawetz and “Using Narrative and Metaphor in Formative Feedback: Exploring Students’ Responses,” by Dawn Watkins and Laura Guihen.

The journal’s At the Lectern series continues with “Talk Less, Smile More,” by Julie A. Oseid, and the book “Roadmap: The Law Student’s Guide to Meaningful Employment—Neil W. Hamilton” is reviewed by Judith Welch Wegner.