To increase my students' exposure to statutory interpretation, I assign them early in the second semester to argue a motion to disqualify counsel based on imputed disqualification under Michigan's ethics ruls. Interpreting ethics rules involves many of the same "pure" statutory interpretation techniques I introduced the previous semester, and the students appear to easily make any needed translations. This exercise also helps prepare students to interpret other quasi-legislative authorities like court or evidentiary rules, administrative codes, and municipal ordinances.
Becker, Edward R. "Using Ethics Codes to Reinforce Lessons of Statutory Interpretation." Second Draft: Bull. Legal Writing Inst. 23, no. 1 (2008): 12-3.