An address to the National Clinical Law Teachers Conference, arguing that clinic experience provides opportunities for understanding group and interpersonal relations that while essential to successful legal practice are largely disregarded in the mainstream law school curriculum and denigrated in certain constructs of the lawyer’s role.
law school curriculum, legal training, lawyers
Law - Study and teaching (Clinical education)
Journal of Legal Education, Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 624-635, 1983.
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