A professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law is hoping to churn out exceptional trial lawyers by making them watch “The Wizard of Oz.”

But not because there’s any major crime to solve or complicated plot to unravel. Instead, professor Steve Easton is using the movie to help law school students understand how witnesses struggle with their own memories. The exercise goes like this:

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