An experienced trial lawyer with a passion for teaching, Sydney A. Beckman is Professor of Law at the Lincoln Memorial University Duncan School of Law. Previously, he taught at the Charleston School of Law and was an adjunct professor at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. He regularly gives presentations on using technology in the classroom. He has authored dozens of articles and numerous books. His interests include evidence, technology and the law, and domestic relations.
Evidence - A Contemporary Approach (with Susan Crump and Fred Galves) (2012)
The 2nd Edition has been reorganized to reflect feedback from users and provides a comprehensive...
William Janssen, Author // Sydney Beckman, Editor
Jeffrey Maine, Author // Sydney A. Beckman, Editor
Evidence Logic Maps (2010)
Sydney A. Beckman, Author
Evidence: A Contemporary Approach (with Susan Crump and Fred Galves) (2009)
Written by experienced trial lawyers turned law professors, this book provides a comprehensive, engaging and...
From CD to MP3: Compression in the New Age of Technology (Overlooked Infringement or Fair Use?), Gonzaga Law Review (2007)
Contributions to Books
Smoke and Mirrors: An Escomateur as an Expert Witness, Law and Magic: A Collection of Essays (2009)
Works in Progress
Thinking Outside the Cylinder – Utilizing Unusual Tools to Teach, The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) 2012 Conference for Law School Computing (2012)
Clickers: Why to Use Them; How to Use Them; Are They Worth It?, Keynote Address at Indiana University Bloomington (2012)
Classrooms as Flexible Learning Spaces (with Richard Gershon and Lee Becker), American Bar Association (ABA) 2012 Bricks, Bytes & Continuous Renovation Conference (2012)
Courtrooms (with Robert Hammer), American Bar Association (ABA) 2012 Bricks, Bytes & Continuous Renovation Conference (2012)
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