Clinical Legal Education Management and Assessment Software
AbstractThis paper will investigate the current use of technology in law clinics in Australia. It will look at the challenge of integrating case management and assessment technology in clinical teaching practices and propose some creative ways of creating, integrating and managing such software to enhance not only the way clinics are run, but also how students are taught. It will also make some suggestions and provide an analysis of a comprehensive computer package which would provide a resolution to many of the law office management and student assessment issues facing law school clinics around Australia today.
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