An essay on the stages of the clinical year in law school: Group process with existentialist roots
AbstractThis short essay focuses on “units,” or stages of group process, part of my shared experience in law teaching and in adult education at St. Mark’s Church, Capitol Hill, Washington, DC. The article explores the context of the functional education program of church teaching and its common elements with clinical law teaching. In my own experience, the unit structure from church teaching translates well into the structure of clinical legal education.
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