Clinical Law Review

Volume 10/Number 2, Spring 2004


PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL SYMPOSIUM ON "EXTERNSHIPS: LEARNING FROM PRACTICE"

  • INTROCUCTION TO THE SYMPOSIUM
    J.P. Ogilvy
  • ETHICS IN EXTERNSHIPS: CONFIDENTIALITY, CONFLICTS, AND COMPETENCE ISSUES IN THE FIELD AND IN THE CLASSROOM
    Alexis Anderson, Arlene Kanter & Cindy Slane
  • CONFRONTING STUDENTS: EVALUATIONS IN THE PROCESS OF MENTORING STUDENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    Cynthia Batt & Harriet N. Katz
  • EXTERNSHIP FIELD SUPERVISION: EFFECTIVE TECHNIQUES FOR TRAINING SUPERVISORS AND STUDENTS
    Barbara A. Blanco & Sande L. Buhai
  • THE EXTERNSHIP CLASS REQUIREMENT: AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS PASSED
    Erica M. Eisinger
  • EVOLUTION OF ABA STANDARDS RELATING TO EXTERNSHIPS: STEPS IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION?
    Peter A. Joy
  • WHY CLINICAL PROGRAMS SHOULD EMBRACE CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, SERVICE LEARNING AND COMMUNITY BASED RESEARCH
    Linda F. Smith

ARTICLES

  • CONNECTION, CAPACITY AND MORALITY IN LAWYER-CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS: DIALOGUES AND COMMENTARY
    Robert Dinerstein, Stephen Ellman, Isabelle Gunning & Ann Shalleck
  • YESTERDAY, TODAY, AND TOMORROW: BUILDING THE CONTINUUM OF LEGAL EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    Robert MacCrate
  • CLIENT COUNSELING, MEDIATION, AND ALTERNATIVE NARRATIVES OF DISPUTE RESOLUTION
    Robert Robertson
       


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