In the last of three videos that I prepared about my work - with the help of Lexis - I talk about my book Law School 2.0: Legal Education for a Digital Age (LexisNexis/Mattew Bender 2009). In the book I explain what I call the cost/change connundrum in legal education: we know what we need to do (smaller classes, more skills training) but most of it involves lower faculty-student ratios and more individualized feedback. And that costs more money, at a time when legal education is already under fire for being expensive. The thesis of the book - and many of the posts on this blog by the same name - is that the only way we can break through the cost/change connundrum in legal education is to be creative in the use of technology. In the video, I make the same argument, and I also introduce the idea of making a large class "smaller" by putting 2/3rds of the material online and having smaller classes actually meet once per week. I explain this idea in greater detail in yesterday's post A Response: The Issue of Skills Course Supply and Demand.