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Regent Teaching Video Wins International Award

| November 8, 2007

An instructional video produced by a Regent University professor and Regent's Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has been selected as a winner of the 2007 Silver Davey Award.

The Missing Persons Dilemma video case study was designed to enhance the classroom experience among Regent Law students studying legal ethics. The video, a collaborative effort between Regent Law Professor Charles Oates and the CTL is a dramatic reenactment based partially on an actual case. The video illustrates the conflict that two defense lawyers face when confronted with a difficult ethical issue. They must choose between protecting their client's confidence or acceding to the public's right to know the status of missing persons.

The Davey Awards honor the finest creative work from the best small firms, agencies and companies worldwide. The competition is judged and overseen by the International Academy of the Visual Arts, a 200+ member organization of leading professionals from various disciplines of the visual arts dedicated to embracing progress and the evolving nature of traditional and interactive media.

Watch the Missing Persons Dilemma video and view Professor Oates presentation at the Regent Showcase of Innovations in September 2007.

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