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"Think through these extraordinary legal cases: agree with the rulings or exclaim surprised disagreement. Feel surprise, get angry, sharpen your intuitions, think for yourself. Like no one else, Daniel W. Park can translate the complex issues of the legal system into an irresistible learning experience."—Dr. David Eagleman, neuroscientist, host of PBS's The Brain
“This book provides an invaluable set of learning tools for students to challenge their understanding of legal concepts through application of key principles and precedents to real-world situations. The opportunity to assess decisions of actual judges—and to even feel free to disagree with those rulings—can only help to facilitate the acquisition of important skills germane to success in law school and in the legal profession.”—Hemant Sharma, coauthor of An Introduction to the American Legal System
“This book is the perfect ancillary for the flipped classroom. Students will read the related course concepts and then the application of those concepts can be discussed as they relate to these cases. Using the book in this way is an engaging pedagogy to excite the students to learn the law and be a ‘judge for a day.'"—Becky Kohler da Cruz, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice and Law, Armstrong State University
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