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Critical Choices: Education Decisions for the Next Generation of Lawyers (DVD)
- Instructional Video
Conference held April 15-17, 2004, Dallas, Texas.
Summary:
More than twenty speakers, including university chancellors, presidents, deans, professors, judges and practitioners gathered to discuss education decisions for the next generation of lawyers. They explored what is happening in legal education today, and what changes are, or ought to be, in store for those entering law school and the legal profession in the future.
Credits:
Presented by the Out-of-the-Box Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
A Day in the Life of Law School Teaching (VHS)
- Instructional Video
Produced by Gonzaga University School of Law's Institute for Law School Teaching.
Credits:
Produced by Larry Dubin.
The Deadly Dozen: Twelve of the Most Common Mistakes Lawyers Make in Dealing with Their Clients (VHS)
60 min.
- Instructional Video
Produced in 1989.
Credits:
Presented by Practising Law Institute; conceived and written by James C. Freund.
Death by Stoning (DVD)
23 min.
- Instructional Video
Originally broadcast on the program Nightline, July 10, 2003.
Summary:
"Under Islamic law, the bearing of a child out of wedlock is a capital offense--and the instrument of death is stoning, as done since time immemorial. Set in Nigeria, this ABC News program uses the harrowing case of Amina Lawal as a platform to discuss the concepts of justice and punishment as they relate to human rights. Akbar Ahmed, chair of Islamic studies and professor of international relations at American University, and Ayesha Imam, founding director of a human rights agency that assisted in Ms. Lawal's defense, are featured"--Case.
Credits:
Produced by ABC News.
Defending Gideon (DVD)
30 min.
- Instructional Video
A film by The Constitution Project.
Funded by the Ford Foundation and Arnold & Porter LLP.
Summary:
This documentary deals with the landmark case Gideon v. Wainwright, which guarantees poor defendants the right to counsel in criminal cases. It also presents contemporary portraits of legal injustice.
Credits:
produced by New Media Advocacy Project.
Defending Our Lives (DVD)
- Instructional Video
DVD release of a 1993 production.
Academy Award winner for Best short documentary, 1993.
Summary:
Shows the magnitude and severity of domestic violence in this country. Features the personal testimonies of four women imprisoned for killing their batterers.
Credits:
Editing, Renner Wunderlich; on-line editing, Mike Dawson; still photography, Stan Grossfeld et al.
Deposition, Bill Gates: Case, U.S.A. v. Microsoft Corp. (VHS)
17 hr. 21 min.
- Instructional Video
Published: Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, 1998.
Summary:
Videotape deposition of Bill Gates in the Microsoft offices in Redmond, Washington.
Contents:
August 27, 1998 (4 tapes)
August 28, 1998 (4 tapes)
Sept. 2, 1998 (3 tapes)
The Deposition: A Simulation with Commentary (VHS)
3 hr. 21 min.
- Instructional Video
Recorded May 13, 1978, in Boston at a national institute sponsored by the ABA Section of Litigation and the Young Lawyers Division.
Published by the ABA Consortium for Professional Education.
Summary:
A program which simulates a case involving the deposition of a witness. Attorneys taking the deposition step out of their roles to provide an explanation of their approach, which is commented upon by a panel of legal experts.
Credits:
Planned by Edwin J. Wesley and Hugh M. Ray.
Dilemmas in Legal Ethics (VHS)
74 min.
- Instructional Video
Published: Chicago, IL: American Bar Association, 1984?
Contents:
pt. 1. Interviewing
pt. 2. Counseling
pt. 3. Negotiation
pt. 4. Investigation
pt. 5. Advocacy
Credits:
Presented by the American Bar Association Consortium for Professional Education.
Dispute Resolution and Lawyers (VHS)
2 hr. 45 min.
- Instructional Video
Produced in 1991.
Contents:
I. Dispute settlement negotiation (47 min.) -- II. Transaction negotiation (35 min.) -- III. Mediation (38 min.) -- IV. Overview of ADR (45 min.)
Credits:
Developed by the Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution, School of Law, University of Missouri-Columbia.

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