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YouTube Channels for Learning and Studying the Law
YouTube videos are a rich resource for helping better understand and learn both foundational and more complex legal topics. The channels below are just some of the many resources available.
Center for Innovation in Legal Education (CILE), YouTube
A center at the S.J. Quinney College of Law dedicated to improving legal education through research.
A project of the National Paralegal College, this channel explains basic legal concepts using animated videos.
Learn Law Better, YouTube
Professor Beau Baez publishes bi-weekly (on Wednesdays) videos to teach law students how to learn better. Videos range from study skills to exam-taking tips to explanations of cases and legal rules.
Explains basic legal concepts and provides tangible test-taking tips in a "crash course" format for law students and bar exam studiers.
USLaw Essentials, YouTube
Explains fundamental legal concepts visually using easy-to-understand animations. USLaw Essentials is especially useful for students who do not speak English as a first language.
The ever-popular study aid and legal education resource posts helpful videos on their YouTube channel for free, including animated videos explaining foundational cases.