Blair's Law School Legends Audio on Conflict of Laws
In 64 clear, concise, and informal mini-lectures, Law School Legends Audio on Conflict of Laws covers three traditional subjects implicated by legal transactions and occurrences that have a connection to more than one state: personal jurisdiction; modern approaches to choice of law, including the Erie doctrine; and enforcing foreign country and sister state judgments.
- Comprehensive—This mini-lecture series focuses on all of the core topics typically covered in a Conflicts course or on the Bar exam. Included are highlights from key cases and overviews of many of the most significant policy issues at the heart of Conflict of Laws.
- Innovative Organization—The mini-lecture format balances depth with succinct, pin-point coverage. The mini-lectures are organized into sets that deliver a big-picture road map, specific and accurate summaries of law, and strategies for addressing legal uncertainties or theoretically challenging issues. Each mini-lecture also stands on its own, giving listeners who are looking for a quick refresher the flexibility to find and focus on what’s important to them without getting bogged down in the rest.
- Practical Orientation—Without sacrificing analytical depth when it matters, these mini-lectures focus on practical strategies for identifying and resolving Conflicts issues in class, on an exam, or in the real world.
- Informal and Accessible Approach—These mini-lectures put students first. While taking a no-nonsense approach to the subject, they are recorded with deep affection and enthusiasm not only for Conflicts but for the process of learning.