Teaching Tiger King: final edits

Kudos to my past and present teaching assistants–Christiana Champnella, Benjamin Mayo, Morgan Travers, and Antonella Vitulli–and to Michael McMahon and the editors of the St Louis University Law Review. Our pedagogical paper “Teaching Tiger King“–the final draft of which is now available here–describes the changes we made to our business law survey course when it went fully online during the first year of the pandemic. It also illustrates the snail’s pace of scholarly publishing: I wrote up the first draft of our Tiger King paper during the month of June of 2020, and the paper was accepted for publication in August of that same year. One year later, after several rounds of stylistic revisions and substantive edits, our paper is now ready for publication!

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About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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