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Spring 2008


Over the past dozen years, Cyberlaw courses have become a staple of the law school curriculum. This Essay explores methodological and pedagogical issues raised by these courses.

The Essay considers the organization of a Cyberlaw curriculum in Part I, some challenges posed by Cyberlaw courses in Part II, some tools to teach Cyberlaw courses in Part III, evaluation methods in Part IV, and teaching materials in Part V.



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