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First Year Orientation

Submitted by Clark Cunningham on Mon, 05-03-2010
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Demonstration of an Exercise used at CUNY's First Year Orientation
Teacher(s)/ Author(s)
Bilek, Mary Lu
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Associate Dean for Special Projects and Professor,
Law School,
City University of New York (CUNY)
United States
At the 2007 Workshop of the National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism (, as part of a series of teaching demonstrations on "What Can Be Done in One Hour," Dean Bilek demonstrated an exercise that is part of CUNY's first year orientation. She divided the workshop participants into small groups and gave them the assignment of forming their own law firm. They had to choose a firm name, practice area, motto, and compose a short radio advertisement. Each group then performed their radio spot.
The first URL takes you to the full program of that workshop. The second URL links to the Quicktime webcast of Dean Bilek's demonstration.
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