Roundtable Participants

'New Directions in Clinical Education' Scholarship

November 8-9, 2007

Justice Education and the Evaluation Process
Margaret Barry (Catholic)
Catherine Klein (Catholic),
Marty Geer (UNLV)
Ved Kumari (Delhi)
Access to Justice and the Global Clinical Movement
Frank Bloch (Vanderbilt)  
The Challenge of a Clinical Program/Support Center to Practice in the Rebellious Mode: 
Immigrant Legal Resource Center
Bill Ong Hing (U.C.-Davis)  
Role Plays as Rehearsals for "Doing the Right Thing": 
Teaching Ethical Practice in Moldovan and U.S. Clinical Education
Ann Juergens (William Mitchell) Angela McCaffrey (Hamline)
Making and Breaking Habits:  Teaching and Learning Cultural Context, Self-Awareness and Intercultural Communication Through Case Supervision in a Client-Service Legal Clinic
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
(New Mexico)
"I Might Need a Good Lawyer, Could Be Your Funeral, My Trial": Interdisciplinary and Global Clinical Perspectives on the Right to Counsel in Civil Commitment Cases
Michael Perlin (New York)  
Creating My Client's Image: 
Is Case Theory Value Neutral in Public Benefits Cases?
Spencer Rand (Temple)  
Taking First-Year Students to Court: 
Disorienting Clinical Moments as Catalysts for Change
Emily Hughes (Washington University)  
Community Lawyering: 
The Newest (Oldest) Wave in Clinical Legal Education
Karen Tokarz  (Wash. U.)
Susan Brooks (Drexel)
Brenda Blom (Maryland)
Nancy Cook (Roger Williams)

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