Clinical Law Review

Volume 16/Number 1, Fall 2009

CLEPR’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY: PAPERS AND SPEECHES FROM THE AALS-ABA-CLEA CELEBRATION OF CLEPR

CELEBRATING CLEPR’S 40TH ANNIVERSARY: THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION AND LEGAL ETHICS INSTRUCTION IN U.S. LAW SCHOOLS
J. P. “Sandy” Ogilvy

INTRODUCTION OF WILLIAM PINCUS AT THE CLEPR 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Elliott S. Milstein

REMARKS AT THE CLEPR 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
William Pincus

CLEPR ANNIVERSARY REMARKS REGARDING JUDGE DOROTHY WRIGHT NELSON
Lisa A. Kloppenberg

REMARKS UPON THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF CLEPR
Honorable Dorothy Wright Nelson

WHY NOT CLINICAL EDUCATION?
Erwin Chemerinsky

LEGAL ETHICS IN LEGAL EDUCATION
Deborah L. Rhode

THE CLINIC EFFECT
Rebecca Sandefur & Jeffrey Selbin

ARTICLES

CLIENT ACTIVISM IN PROGRESSIVE LAWYERING THEORY
Eduardo R.C. Capulong

SHARING STORIES: NARRATIVE LAWYERING IN BENCH TRIALS
Paul Holland

BEST PRACTICES ON “BEST PRACTICES”:  LEGAL EDUCATION AND BEYOND
Ira P. Robbins

“BEST PRACTICES” OR NOT, IT IS TIME TO RE-THINK LEGAL EDUCATION
Roy Stuckey

“BEST PRACTICES”: WHAT’S THE POINT?
Ira P. Robbins

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