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With its fresh approach to legal education and its ties to California’s origin as a state, Chapman University School of Law straddles an impressive past and limitless future. Unlike some methods of legal pedagogy that foster an educational environment grounded in intimidation, Chapman looks to challenge old paradigms and put students at the center of the educational experience while retaining rigorous classroom discussion.
||Inside Job||The strained relationship between the Federal Reserve and the US banks are brought to attention in this discussion of “Inside Job,” the first film to expose the shocking truth behind the economic crisis of 2008. Securities and Exchange Commission’s investigators Tim Canova and Kurt Eggert join whistleblower Gary Aquirre and Steven Gjerstad, fellow professor, to share their views on the economic downturn, the bailout, monitoring policy, bank investments, and Wall Street’s power over the economy and Washington, D.C.||2/2/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoWhy Government Fails but Individuals Succeed||"Government rarely can. Government can't." John Stossel, Emmy Award winning investigative reporter, lectures on how society is dissatisfied with government yet the success of individuals continues to augment. The real truth about government comes out as Stossel explains the reasons for our failing government.||7/9/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
Not learning about financing
This discussion is useless because it is conclusory. Also, it's hard to find more boring speakers.