Teaching law students to navigate case law using Memoji Videos

The law students I teach are always asking for interesting cases to read. However, they are also reluctant to read lengthy court judgements. To help them navigate a court’s reasoning in deciding a legal matter and keep them engaged, I used my iPhone to create Memoji videos. Using Memoji videos, I focused on narrating what was going on in a judgment, assisting students in navigating the text. The Memoji videos are placed in important sections of a decision that helps with wayfinding. Students are then able to navigate and understand a court’s reasoning in subsequent judgments. 

An example judgment is below and what the Memoji videos look like:


Memoji videos embedded in a trade mark law judgement
Memoji video placed at the introduction of a trade mark law judgment.
Memoji videos embedded in a trade mark law judgment
Further Memoji videos embedded further in the trade mark law judgment helping students way find the decision

1 reply

April 11, 2023

What a great way to engage! I like how this add variety and interest to the reading of a lengthy text. Good idea for high schoolers also. Thanks for the share and example!

Maximum file size: 400MB

Insert a video

Insert an image

Insert an image

125: 125
220: 220

This action can’t be undone.

Error Message

Are you sure you want to continue? Your changes will not be saved.

This post contains content from YouTube.

If you choose to view this content, YouTube may collect and process certain personal data. You can view YouTube’s <a href="https://www.youtube.com/t/privacy" target="_blank">privacy policy here<span class="a11y">(opens in new window)</span>.</a>

This post contains content from YouTube.

You have rejected content from YouTube. If you want to change your consent, press the button below.