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Matthew Flyntz, Research Law Librarian for Instructional Services. Matthew Flyntz joined UCI Law in September 2018 as a research law librarian. Prior to his appointment, he worked as Research/Instruction Librarian at the Hugh & Hazel Darling Law Library at Chapman University, Dale E. Fowler School of Law. In that role, he provided research assistance to faculty, students and attorneys, and taught a one-credit Legal Research course.

Looking on the Bright Side: Four Ways Zoom Makes Legal Research Instruction Better

As many of you have surely experienced this semester, teaching legal research virtually poses a number of challenges, but Matthew Flyntz found that it also provides a few benefits over traditional in-person instruction. In a world of negativity, Flyntz looks on the bright side and focus on those positives in this article.

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