Fostering a Better Interaction Between Academics and Practitioners to Promote Quality Clinical Legal Education with High Ethical Values
AbstractThe present paper is a response to the call to address the above questions, and it focuses on the above and other related issues emerging so pertinently from Professor Neil Gold’s provocative statement. The strong motivation for such reflection is not only the inspiration of the Professor’s significant pronouncement but the writer’s current experiences and personal participation in a few of the debates between academics and practitioners which focus on the very same issues of concern, some of which are listed above and discussed herein below.
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