This Guide is to help instructors incorporate legal-related films into classroom lectures by providing a summary of the plot and suggestions of classes for which one of the listed films might fit. In conjunction with the key scene and discussion suggestion portions, students can be provided with sufficient narrative and rather than play a movie in its entirety, show one or more of its key scenes, incorporating those scenes into your class material and dialogue. Beyond classroom viewing, this guide can also be used to create class projects.
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Kent Kauffman is the Paralegal Studies Program Chair at Ivy Tech Community College Northeast, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He is a graduate of Temple University and the Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University, and is the author Legal Ethics, a textbook published by West Legal Studies.
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