South-Western's Digital Video Library offers four kinds of videos for classroom or student review. 67 online video clips in total bring business law alive, particularly for the visual learner, to help bridge common experiences to legal ideas, spark student discussion, and tutor core concepts.

Topics covered include:

Accountant's Liability Agency Alternate Dispute Resolution
Antitrust Bankruptcy Business Organization
Constitutional Law Consumer Protection Contracts
Court Procedure Cyberlaw Employment Law/Discrimination
Environmental Law Ethics Insurance
Intellectual Property International Law Negotiable Instruments  
Real/Personal Property Sales Torts  

Topics are covered in four series:
  • Legal Conflicts in Business - modern business scenarios at an ad agency and a dot.com company.
  • Ask the Instructor - straight-forward concept explanations for student review featuring an actual business law instructor.
  • Drama of the Law - classic legal business scenarios designed to spark class participation featuring scenes from a supermarket and a car dealership.
  • LawFlix - widely-recognized, modern-day movie clips link the seemingly tangible reality of film scenes to abstract topics in law, offering students an intriguing visualization of concepts that are often hard to grasp in textbooks and lectures.

With the exception of Ask the Instructor, each video segment is accompanied by critical thinking/discussion questions (with answers provided to the instructor) to facilitate video assignments.

To view a complete list of videos, by topic, book, and series and detailed information about each clip—including excerpts, click here.


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