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.

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.