Social Justice: Making it come alive for future, ethical practitioners
This article takes access to justice as a site of legal education within an overall umbrella of Clinical Legal Education that encompasses both live client work and simulated work in classrooms designed to prepare students in skills needed for practice. It argues that, by situating students in the access to justice realm in law school, they are better prepared for the uncertainties and realities of legal practice, even if that is not the field of practice in which they ultimately find...[Show more]
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