Salman Khan started the Khan Academy as a way to help his cousins with math. He communicated math lessons through YouTube videos.
Each video explains a separate mathematical concept on a blackboard. The video can be paused at anytime, allowing students to learn at their own speed. https://www.khanacademy.org/math
To quote Pablo Picasso “good artists copy, great artists steal”. Perhaps lawyers can steal the idea and create simple YouTube videos that explain legal concepts and jargon. For example, a series of videos on contracts, starting from the basic building blocks of a contract to the differences between a representation, condition, and warranty. I think lawyers, law students, clients, and paralegals would find the videos helpful.