Law School Enters the Matrix: Teaching Critical Legal Studies
Critical legal theory should be more widely taught as a useful way of analyzing the law. Recent critiques of CLS do not diminish its usefulness as a tool for teaching critical thinking. Many professors, however, find it difficult to convey the essential concept of CLS in a way students can grasp. This article suggests that the popular movie "The Matrix" may provide a method of explaining critical theory to students.
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