Professor Peter Friedman of Case Western Reserve University, in the very hot political state of Ohio, has started a unique blog that is well worth visiting. As part of his legal analysis and writing class, his students are compiling briefs on either side of a lawsuit alleging copyright infringement in connection with real actors, but supplemented by fictional materials to squarely frame the fair use issue. The name of the site is "What is fair use. Here’s the URL: http://whatisfairuse.blogspot.com/
As explained on the site:
Students are writing cross-motions for summary judgment in a fictional lawsuit brought by ASCAP and the owners of the copyright to "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)." The Plaintiffs (represented by half of my students) allege infringement of their copyright in Que Sera, Sera by the KLF, the creators of a recording entitled "K Cera Cera."
There are also many other posts on fair use issues, including embedded links to video satires. Check it out.