Clinical Law Review

Volume 9/Number 2, Spring 2003

ARTICLES

  • HOW TO EXPLAIN CONFIDENTIALITY
    Clark D. Cunningham
  • THE REFLECTIVE JUDGEMENT PROFECT
    Laurie Malman & Louise Howells
  • "YOU HAVE DISCUSSED LEPERS AND CROOKS": SANISM IN CLINICAL TEACHING
    Michael L. Perlin
  • UNDERSTANDING WHY GOOD LAWYERS GO BAD: USING CASE STUDIES IN TEACHING COGNITIVE BIAS IN LEGAL DECISION MAKING
    Ian Weinstein
  • STUCK IN A RUT: THE ROLE OF CREATIVE THINKING IN PROBLEM SOLVING AND LEGAL EDUCATION
    Janet Weinstein & Linda Morton

CLINICAL ESSAY

  • HANDLING BIG CASES IN LAW SCHOOL CLINICS, OR LESSONS FROMMY CLINICAL SABBATICAL
    Nancy M. Maurer


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