"University Law Clinics and their value in undertaking client-centred law reform to provide a voice for clients’ experiences"
This article examines how a clinical program can enlarge on the benefits of case work experience of enabling students by adding a course component which engages the students in identifying systemic issues in their case work which can be used to inform work on law reform issues as part of assessment in the clinical programs. The clinical program discussed in this article, demonstrates that assessment can be broadened to enable students to critique the contexts within which client issues emerge....[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Clinical Legal Education|
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