Analysis and the Arts

ZENON BANKOWSKI, MAKSYMILIAN DEL MAR & PAUL MAHARG, THE ARTS AND THE LEGAL ACADEMY: BEYOND TEXT IN LEGAL EDUCATION 101 (Ashgate Press 2012) -- reprinted by permission of the Publishers from Analysis and the Arts, in ZENON BANKOWSKI, MAKSYMILIAN DEL MAR & PAUL MAHARG, THE ARTS AND THE LEGAL ACADEMY:

18 Pages Posted: 11 Jul 2014

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Nancy B. Rapoport

University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law

Date Written: July 9, 2014

Abstract

This book chapter discusses how one might use literature, the visual arts, or pop culture as a way of teaching substantive legal concepts, such as the contract law concept of ambiguity, and as a way of broadening students' perspectives about the law.

Keywords: law, legal education, pedagogy, law and literature, law and the arts, law and popular culture

JEL Classification: k1, k12, k19, k30, k40

Suggested Citation

Rapoport, Nancy B., Analysis and the Arts (July 9, 2014). ZENON BANKOWSKI, MAKSYMILIAN DEL MAR & PAUL MAHARG, THE ARTS AND THE LEGAL ACADEMY: BEYOND TEXT IN LEGAL EDUCATION 101 (Ashgate Press 2012) -- reprinted by permission of the Publishers from Analysis and the Arts, in ZENON BANKOWSKI, MAKSYMILIAN DEL MAR & PAUL MAHARG, THE ARTS AND THE LEGAL ACADEMY: . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2464202

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