Abstract

In this article, I present an approach to stimulating reflective writing that may interest law teachers looking to raise issues of professional values and clinicians seeking an alternative to the use of open-ended journal writing. The students whose experience will be described were enrolled in an experimental course on the legal profession, but the method employed may work equally well in a variety of clinical settings, whether externship or in-house clinics, or for that matter in other law school courses.

Notes

Originally published in Clinical Law Review, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 455-467, 1999.

Keywords

law school courses, professionalism

Subject Categories

Law students, Law teachers, Writing

Disciplines

Law | Legal Education

Publication Date

1999

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