PAPERS

  • VALUING WHAT CLIENTS THINK: STANDARDIZED CLIENTS AND THE ASSESSMENT OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
    Karen Barton, Clark D. Cunningham, Gregory Todd Jones & Paul Maharg
  • CREATING A CLIENT CONSORTIUM: BUILDING SOCIAL CAPITAL, BRIDGING STRUCTURAL HOLES
    Susan D. Bennett
  • WHEN WILL THEY EVER LEARN? LEARNING AND TEACHING FROM MISTAKES IN THE CLINICAL CONTEXT
    William Berman
  • TEACHING LAW STUDENTS TO SELF-CRITIQUE AND TO DEVELOP CRITICAL CLINICAL SELF-AWARENESS IN PERFORMANCE
    Beryl Blaustone
  • INSTITIONALIZING A SOCIAL JUSTICE MISSION FOR CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION: CROSS-NATIONAL CURRENTS FROM INDIA AND THE UNITED STATES
    Frank S. Bloch & M. R. K. Prasad
  • USING THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE TO BUILD EFFECTIVE RELATIONSHIPS WITH STUDENTS, CLIENTS, AND COMMUNITIES
    William Berman
  • WHEN WILL THEY EVER LEARN? LEARNING AND TEACHING FROM MISTAKES IN THE CLINICAL CONTEXT
    Susan L. Brooks
  • THE PEDAGOGY OF INNOCENCE: REFLECTIONS ON THE ROLE OF INNOCENCE PROJECTS IN CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION
    Keith A. Findley
  • HUMOR, ANGER, RULES, AND RITUALS
    Steven Hartwell
  • CLIENT-CENTERED HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY
    Dina Francesca Haynes
  • BUILDING CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN A COUNTRY WITHOUT A TRADITION OF GRADUATE PROFESSIONAL LEGAL EDUCATION: JAPAN EDUCATIONAL REFORM AS A CASE STUDY
    Peter A. Joy, Shigeo Miyagawa, Takao Suami & Charles D. Weisselberg
  • TEACHING LAW STUDENTS TO PRACTIVE SOCIAL JUSTICE: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY SEARCH FOR HELP THROUGH SOCIAL WORK'S EMPOWERMENT APPROACH
    Spencer Rand
  • TEACHING REFLECTIVE LAWYERING IN A SMALL CASE LITIGATION CLINIC: A LOVE LETTER TO MY CLINIC
    Paul R. Tremblay
  • CLIENT-LAWYER TALK: LESSONS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINES
    Ian Weinstein
  • THE USE OF THERAPEUTIC JURISPRUDENCE IN LAW SCHOOL CLINICAL EDUCATION: TRANSFORMING THE CRIMINAL LAW CLINIC
    Bruce J. Winick & David B. Wexler

BOOK REVIEW

  • "DEPORT ALL THE STUDENTS": LESSONS LEARNED IN AN X-TREME CLINIC?
    Stacy Caplow

 

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