Clinical Law Review 18.2

Vol. 18; No. 2 - Spring 2012

CHALLENGES OF "SAMENESS": PITFALLS AND BENEFITS TO ASSUMED CONNECTIONS IN LAWYERING Alexis Anderson,Lynn Barenberg & Carwina Weng

TEACHING SOCIAL JUSTICE LAWYERING: SYSTEMATICALLY INCLUDING COMMUNITY LEGAL EDUCATION IN LAW SCHOOL CLINICS
Margaret Martin Barry, A. Rachel Camp,Margaret E. Johnson, Catherine F. Klein & Lisa V. Martin

CATALYSTS FOR CHANGE: A PROPOSED FRAMEWORK FOR HUMAN RIGHTS CLINICAL TEACHING AND ADVOCACY
Jocelyn Getgen Kestenbaum, Esteban Hoyos Ceballos & Melissa C. del Aguila Talvadkar

WHERE TO BEGIN? TRAINING NEW TEACHERS IN THE ART OF CLINICAL PEDAGOGY
Wallace J. Mlyniec

 

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