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Reimagining Clinical Legal Education

Edited by: Linden Thomas, Steven Vaughan, Theresa Lynch, Bharat Malkani

ISBN13: 9781509913541
Published: October 2018
Publisher: Hart Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £60.00



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In broad terms, Clinical Legal Education (CLE) can be defined as the study of law through real, or simulated, casework. It enables students to experience the law in action, and offers students an alternative learning experience to the traditional lecture/seminar method.

By reflecting on their experiences, students are able to take the study of law beyond the lecture theatre and library. CLE has been a part of English law schools for several decades and is becoming an increasingly popular component of a number of programmes. It is even more established in North America and Australia. In some law schools, CLE is credit bearing; in others, it is an extracurricular activity.

Some CLE schemes focus on social welfare law, whilst others are commercially orientated. A number are run in conjunction with third sector organisations and many are supported by private practice law firms.

This edited collection brings together academics, lawyers, third sector organisations and students to discuss the present experience and potential of CLE in light of the drivers of change set out above. As such, it will be of interest to a wide and diverse audience, both within and outside the UK.

Subjects:
Legal Skills and Method
Contents:
1. Clinical Legal Education Reimagined
Steven Vaughan, Linden Thomas, and Bharat Malkani
2. Cui (pro) bono? Working in Partnership: A Possible Blueprint for the Future of Clinical Legal Education
Christopher King and David Jones
3. CLOCK: ‘Th e Community Legal Companion’ as an Agent of Change: A Transformative Methodology
Jane Krishnadas
4. Third-Sector-Funded Clinical Legal Education in the United Kingdom: A Reflection and Proposal for Future Partnerships
Jason Tucker
5. Who Can Do What and Where, When and How? Clinical Legal Education in a Brave New World
Richard Grimes and Linden Thomas
6. Clinical Legal Education: A View from Practice
Tony King
7. ‘It Puts the Law They’ve Learnt in T eory into Practice’: Exploring Employer Understandings of Clinical Legal Education
Linden Thomas
8. Striking a Balance in Clinical Legal Education: Reimagining the Role of the Teaching-Practitioner in Casework Partnerships
Jacqueline Kinghan and Rachel Knowles
9. Reimagining the Clinician Profile
Lucy Blackburn
10. Clinic as the Crucible for Theorised Practice and the Practice of Theory in Legal Education
Elaine Hall and Cath Sylvester
11. The Student’s View: An Assessment of the Reality and Potential of Postgraduate Clinical Legal Education Programmes
Meredith Daniel
12. Reflections on Reimagining Clinical Legal Education: Th e US Perspective
Lisa Radke Bliss
13. Reflections on New Trends in Clinical Legal Education in Continental Europe
Maxim Tomoszek
14. A View from the South (And I Don’t Mean Portsmouth)
Jeff Giddings