Clinical Legal Education in a Dangerous Time
AbstractThe theme of this conference is the “risks and rewards of clinical legal education”. When I first heard about this theme, I was particularly struck by the word “risk”. Risk is a word that feels so reflective of our world right now, and I thought I would try to think about where clinical legal education is situated in the larger world of risk and crisis that we inhabit today – what our role is in relation to this world and what the rewards of clinical legal education in our world of risk and endless crisis might be.
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