Clinical Law Review

Volume 16/Number 2, Spring 2010

ARTICLES

BEYOND GRADING: ASSESSING STUDENT READINESS TO PRACTICE LAW
Jerry R. Foxhoven

ENCOURAGING REFLECTION ON AND INVOLVING STUDENTS IN THE DECISION TO BEGIN REPRESENTATION
Adrienne Jennings Lockie

ALWAYS JUDGED – CASE STUDY OF AN INTERVIEW USING CONVERSATION ANALYSIS
Linda F. Smith

TEACHING INDIVIDUAL REPRESENTATION ALONGSIDE INSTITUTIONAL ADVOCACY: PEDAGOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF A COMBINED ADVOCACY CLINIC
Jayashri Srikantiah & Jennifer Lee Koh

ONE STUDENT’S THOUGHTS ON LAW SCHOOL CLINICS
Jeffrey Ward

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