Clinical Law Review

Vol. 19/No.1 - Fall 2012


PAPERS FROM THE EXTERNSHIPS  6 CONFERENCE

EXTERNSHIP DEMOGRAPHICS ACROSS TWO DECADES WITH LESSONS FOR FUTURE SURVEYS
................................................. Sudeb Basu & J.P. “Sandy” Ogilvy

GUIDING LAW STUDENTS THROUGH FOR PROFIT FIELD PLACEMENTS
................................................. Bernadette T. Feeley

LEARNING FROM CLERGY EDUCATION: EXTERNSHIPS THROUGH THE LENS OF FORMATION
................................................. Daisy Hurst Floyd, Timothy W. Floyd & Sarah Gerwig Moore

DESIGN, TEACH AND MANAGE: ENSURING EDUCATIONAL INTEGRITY IN FIELD PLACEMENT COURSES
................................................. Nancy M. Maurer & Liz Ryan Cole

ARTICLES

CROSSING BORDERS: CREATING AN AMERICAN LAW CLINIC IN CHINA
................................................. Cecily E. Baskir

USE OF ROLE PLAY AND INTERVIEW MODES IN LAW CLINIC CASE ROUNDS  TO TEACH ESSENTIAL LEGAL SKILLS AND TO MAXIMIZE MEANINGFUL PARTICIPATION
................................................. Helen H. Kang

PERFORMANCE ISN’T EVERYTHING: THE IMPORTANCE OF CONCEPTUAL COMPETENCE IN OUTCOME ASSESSMENT OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
................................................. Stefan H. Krieger & Serge A. Martinez

READING (IN THE CLINIC) IS FUNDAMENTAL
................................................. Jay A. Mitchell

DEVELOPING A TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAM FOR NEW CLINICAL TEACHERS
................................................. Wallace J. Mlyniec

MORE THAN ONE LANE WIDE: AGAINST HIERARCHIES OF HELPING IN PROGRESSIVE LEGAL ADVOCACY
................................................. Rebecca Sharpless

 

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