The 'Second Wave' of Spanish Clinical Legal Education: Empirical, Pedagogical and Institutional Lessons for a Pilot Course and Program at the University of Granada
Spanish clinicians today benefit from the ‘first wave’ of early adopters. We also benefit from decades of clinical scholarship — most recently about the Western European and global clinical legal education movements — and empirical data on what lawyers actually do and need in practice. In this article, the authors summarize key empirical, pedagogical, and institutional lessons to ground the creation of a pilot course and program at the University of Granada.
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