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Clare Keefe Coleman - "Teaching the Torture Memos: 'Making Decisions under Conditions of Uncertainty'" (2012)
Clare Keefe Coleman, Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law, published "Teaching the Torture Memos: 'Making Decision Under Conditions of Uncertainty'" in the Journal of Legal Education (62 J. Legal Educ. 81 (2012)); it may be of interest to anyone looking to teach these sources in an undergraduate course.
Ruthann Robson - "'Losing My Religion': Extended Role Play and the First Amendment Religion Clauses"
Really interesting discussion here by Ruthann Robson about using role play in the law school classroom when teaching First Amendment religion questions; this could be easily adapted for an undergraduate classroom.
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