Clinical Law Review

Volume 14/Number 1, Fall 2007

PAPERS

  • PRACTICAL EXAMPLES FOR ESTABLISHING AN EXTERNSHIP PROGRAM AVAILABLE TO EVERY STUDENT
    James H. Backman
  • EXAMINING THE USE OF FOR-PROFIT PLACEMENTS IN LAW SCHOOL EXTERNSHIP PROGRAMS
    Bernadette T. Feeley
  • ABA STANDARD 305'S "GUIDED REFLECTIONS": A PERFECT FIT FOR GUIDED FIELDWORK
    Anahid Gharakhanian
  • WHAT STUDENTS DON'T KNOW WILL HURT THEM: A FRANK VIEW FROM THE FIELD ON HOW TO BETTER PREPARE OUR CLINIC AND EXTERNSHIP STUDENTS
    Carolyn R. Young & Barbara A. Blanco

ARTICLE

  • AUTHENTIC FICTIONS: SIMULATION, PROFESSIONALISM, AND LEGAL LEARNING
    Karen Barton, Patricia McKellar & Paul Maharg
  • ROUNDS: A "SIGNATURE PEDAGOGY" FOR CLINICAL EDUCATION?
    Susan Bryant & Elliott S. Milstein
  • THE LAWYER'S DILEMMA: TO BE OR NOT TO BE A PROBLEM-SOLVING NEGOTIATOR
    Alex J. Hurder
  • THE CLINICAL DIVIDE: OVERCOMING BARRIERS TO COLLABORATION BETWEEN CLINICS AND LEGAL WRITING PROGRAMS
    Sarah O'Rourke Schrup
  • "TECHNICAL" DEFENSES: ETHICS, MORALS, AND THE LAWYER AS FRIEND
    Thomas L. Shaffer & Robert F. Cochran, Jr.

 

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