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Avatars go to Law School: Digital Standardized (and not so Standard) Clients for Law School Teaching
Standardized clients have been a feature of medical schools for years. Digital technologies now offer the opportunity to create them in interactive form as avatars. In addition, advances in semantic computing now allow ...
The New Old Lawyer: How Lawyers have Adapted to Mediation to Preserve their Power, Income, and Identity
This paper outlines the evolution of mediation in some common law jurisdictions from an idea most lawyers dismissed to a practice most now use. It highlights the attitudes and actions of lawyers as they have adjusted their ...
The Cento, Romanticism, and Copyright
(English Studies in Canada, 2013)
This article excavates the obscure literary genre of the cento – a genre of poetry defined by its wholly derivative composition from quotations of other works – and its supplementary relation to Romantic literature and the ...
Dubjection: A Node (Reflections on Web-Conferencing, McLuhan, and Intellectual Property)
From the editors' introduction to the book in which this chapter appears, _McLuhan's Global Village Today_ (Pickering & Chatto, 2014): "Mark A. McCutcheon’s contribution, ‘Dubjection: A Node (Reflections on Web-Conferencing, ...
Frankenstein as a figure of globalization in Canada’s postcolonial popular culture
(Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2011-10)
This essay analyzes the cultural functions of Frankenstein as a figure of globalization in postcolonial popular culture. Focusing on the case of Canadian film production, I begin by contextualizing Canadian film as a ...