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The Argument for Active Learning
Multiple studies have shown that active learning is more effective than lecturing at achieving educational outcomes. One large 2014 meta-analysis of STEM classes found that average student failure rates decreased from 34% to 22% and that average student performance improved … Continue reading
Spotlight on: International and Comparative Law
“The flow of goods, technology, ideas, capital, and people across borders means that the work of lawyers, whether in private practice or public service, increasingly involves matters in which knowledge of legal systems beyond one’s own can prove important.” — … Continue reading
Our Bestselling Cases
Harvard Law School | The Case Studies has served 7,986 customers, published 220 cases, and fulfilled 8,152 orders over the last 6 years. Here is a list of our top 5 bestselling case studies: 1. Diego Primadonna, our most popular … Continue reading
New Product: Sanctuary Cities: The Legislative Hearing
Q&A with Professor Sabrineh Ardalan Harvard Law School | The Case Studies has published a new case study and classroom simulation developed by Sabrineh Ardalan, Assistant Clinical Professor at Harvard Law School and Assistant Director at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee … Continue reading
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Meet our New Case Writers!
Brittany Deitch (left) and Rachel Gordon (right) have both recently joined the Harvard Law School | Case Studies team. Brittany, a recent JD graduate, was sworn into the bar in September 2017. Her role involves writing cases tailored to the … Continue reading
Why and How: Using the Case Study Method in the Law Classroom
Photo by: Brooks Kraft Post by: Jackie Kim and Lisa Brem Why should legal educators use case studies and other experiential teaching methods, such as role plays and simulations, in their classes? Hasn’t the Langdell method served legal education well … Continue reading
Five Negotiation & Mediation Roleplays that can be Taught in 2-Hours or Less*
Fitting meaningful learning into one class period can be challenging. Below, five of our best Negotiation & Mediation Roleplays are represented that can be taught in two-hours or less.
U.S. Defense Taskforce: Simulating the Apocalypse
Photo used under Creative Commons Licensing U.S. Defense Taskforce, a newly released negotiation simulation from the Harvard Negotiation and Mediation Clinical Program (HNMCP), explores group decision-making processes in a multi-party negotiation. Lisa Dicker ’17 and Kathleen Kelly ’17 of Harvard … Continue reading
Product Highlight: Margaret Hamburg and the FDA
photo by U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services post by Nour Soubani, HLS Case Studies Assistant Almost every day, the Food and Drug Administration makes it into mainstream media news in one way or another. Whether it is about … Continue reading
Product Summary: Corporate Purchasing Project: How S&P 500 Companies Evaluate Outside Counsel
Photo by Brooks Kraft The Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession’s (CLP’s) mission is to make a significant contribution to the modern practice of law by increasing understanding of the structures, norms, and dynamics of the global legal … Continue reading