Regular Volokh Conspiracy readers may be familiar with my 2007 short essay, How to Read A Legal Opinion: A Guide for New Law Students. For those who like to listen instead of read, I thought I would flag my recent podcast discussion about the article—and the broader question of how 1Ls should think about learning law—on the Law to Fact podcast: How to Read a Legal Opinion. The podcast is 25 minutes long. It is hosted by law professor Leslie Garfield Tenzer as part of her Law to Fact podcasts on legal education.
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