James Cooper, a.k.a. Globoguy, takes a cadre of California Western law students on a field trip to Fashion Valley. Their mission? To uncover child labor used to make goods sold at department stores.
Unmasked, Cooper is an unabashed globe-trotting champion of the rule of law and a crusader of the creative problem solving skills necessary to represent multinational corporations and Bolivian shoeshine boys equally. That is to say, with the same modicum of respect, openness and pureness of spirit.
As assistant dean for mission development and co-director of the Center for Creative Problem Solving at California Western School of Law, Cooper’s innovative educational methods reach beyond the traditional case law method.