ARTICLES

  • A NEW ASPECT OF LAWYER-CLIENT INTERACTIONS: LAWYERS TEACHING PROCESS-FOCUSED CLIENTS TO THINK ABOUT OUTCOMES
    Scott Barclay
  • CULTIVATING ETHICAL, SOCIAL RESPONSIBLE LAWYER JUDGEMENT: INTRODUCING THE MULTIPLE LAWYERING INTELLIGENCES PARADIGM INTO THE CLINICAL SETTING
    Angela Olivia Burton
  • REFLECTION-IN-ACTION: DESIGNING NEW CLINICAL TEACHER TRAINING BY USING LESSONS LEARNED FROM NEW CLINICIANS
    Justine A. Dunlap & Peter A. Joy
  • MORAL GROWTH OR MORAL ANGST? A CLINICAL APPROACH
    Steven Hartwell
  • DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE AND THE TEACHING OF CREATIVE LEGAL PROBLEM SOLVING
    Stefan H. Krieger
  • LAWYER'S TALKING RIGHTS AND CLIENTS BREAKING RULES: BETWEEN LEGAL POSITIVISM AND DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE IN ISRAELI POVERTY LAWYERING
    Neta Ziv


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