Law School: Now on DVD
Yesterday marked the official release of the DVD version of the documentary, The Trials of Law School. As I wrote here back in August when the film was released, it follows eight students through their first year in law school at the University of Oklahoma. Written, produced and directed by Oklahoma attorney Porter Heath Morgan, a 2004 graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Law, the film includes commentary from a who's who of law prof talking heads: Taunya Lovell Banks of Maryland, Randy E. Barnett of Georgetown, David Becker of Washington University in St. Louis, Angela Davis of American, Charles Edward Daye of North Carolina, Richard D. Freer of Emory, Elizabeth Garrett of USC, John C.P. Goldberg of Vanderbilt, John Kidwell of Wisconsin, Paula Lustbader of Seattle, Ruth McKinney of UNC, Judith A. McMorrow of Boston College, Martha Peters of Elon, Eric Posner of Chicago, Richard Primus of Michigan, former St. Thomas dean and now U.S. District Judge Patrick J. Schiltz, Christopher Slobogin of Florida, David S. Sokolow of Texas, Mark Tushnet of Harvard and Elizabeth Warren of Harvard. You can watch the trailer here.
Is there a law student or aspiring lawyer on your holiday shopping list? You can order the DVD directly from the film's producer for $24.95. Act now, the Web site promises, and receive the DVD bonus feature, Think Like a Lawyer, with an extra two hours of interviews with the aforementioned law profs and legal scholars. Sure beats a lump of coal.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on December 5, 2007 at 03:51 PM | Permalink
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