Student "Law Firms" - Small group work in Professional Responsibility, by Associate Dean Connie Mayer. (Syllabus, Example Assignment)
D.C. v. Heller - Second Amendment Oral Arguments with Post-argument Analysis in Constitutional Law, by Professor Timothy Lytton
"Wiki Course Outlines" - Collective course outlining using the wiki functions of TWEN, by Professor Pamela Armstrong
"Standard Setting" - Formative Assessment, small group work, and counseling in Administrative Law, by Professor Timothy Lytton
"Classroom Zoning" - A challenge in Land Use, by Professor Keith H. Hirokawa
Amicus Team - Filing an amicus brief with the Supreme Court in Criminal Procedure, by Professor Ray Brescia
Non-Fiction Legal Thrillers - Bringing cases in Federal Civil Procedure and Legal Professions to life using non-fiction, by Professor Ray Brescia
"Supreme Court Role-Play" - Role-playing activity in U.S. Supreme Court Watch, by Professor Stephen Gottlieb.
Professor Gottlieb (third from left) is the Jay and Ruth Caplan Distinguished Professor of Law and author of the book Morality Imposed: The Rehnquist Court and Liberty in America (New York University Press, 2000).