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Whether it be preparing prospective law school students, training current students for a career in legal, or empowering current practitioners with the latest e-discovery knowledge and acumen, the use of video instruction has become a staple in legal education. And it’s not hard to see why. For many students and educators, the format is inexpensive and far more accessible than live in-person lessons.
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