Clinical Law Review

Volume 9/Number 1, Fall 2002

PAPERS PRESENETED AT THE UCLA/IALS CONFERENCE ON
"PROBLEM SOLVING IN CLINICAL EDUCATION"

  • THINKING LIKE A FOX: FOUR OVERLAPPING DOMAINS OF GOOD LAWYERING
    Mark Neal Aaronson
  • EMBRACING THE ILL-STRUCTURED PROBLEM IN A COMMUNITY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CLINIC
    Susan D. Bennett
  • WHO'S LISTENING? INTRODUCING STUDENTS TO CLIENT-CENTERED, CLIENT-EMPOWERING, AND MULTIDISCIPLINARY PROBLEM-SOLVING IN A CLINICAL SETTING
    V. Pualani Enos & Lois H. Kanter
  • WHEN STUDENTS LOSE PERSPECTIVE: CLINICAL SUPERVISION AND THE MANAGEMENT OF EMPATHY
    Laurel E. Fletcher & Harvey M. Weinstein
  • IF PORTIA WERE A MEDIATOR: AN INQUIRY INTO JUSTICE IN MEDIATION
    Jonathan M. Hyman & Lela P. Love
  • A COUNTER-PEDAGOGY FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE: CORE SKILLS FOR COMMUNITY-BASED LAWYERING
    Shin Imai
  • MAKING THE NARRATIVE MOVE: OBSERVATIONS BASED UPON READING GERRYSPENCE'S CLOSING ARGUMENT IN THE ESTATE OF KAREN SILKWOOD v. KERR-McGEE, INC.
    Philip N. Meyer
  • TEACHING CASE THEORY
    Binny Miller
  • PROBLEM-SOLVING IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY ENVIRONMENT? MUST ETHICS GET IN THE WAY OF HOLISTIC SERVICES?
    J. Michael Norwood & Alan Paterson
  • INTERVIEWING AND COUNSELING ACROSS CULTURES: HEURISTICS AND BIASES
    Paul R. Tremblay

ARTICLES

  • ADULT LEARNING THEORY AND SIMULATIONS - DESIGNING SIMULATIONS TO EDUCATE LAWYERS
    Paul S. Ferber
  • CLASSES AND COLLECTIONS: HOW CLINICIANS FEEL DIFFERENTLY
    Steven Hartwell
  • CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND COMPETENCY ISSUES IN LAW CLINIC PRACTICE
    Peter A. Joy & Robert R. Kuehn

 

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