In studying law and literature, the works of Sophocles, Shakespeare and Kafka, among others, are considered. Through lessons from the cross-examination in the trial scene from The Merchant of Venice, this lecture discusses how the study of literature can help law students become better lawyers and demonstrates that Portia's brilliant legal strategy may not be what you think.
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