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Measuring Law School Clinics

@article{Shanahan2018MeasuringLS,
  title={Measuring Law School Clinics},
  author={Colleen F. Shanahan and Jeffrey Selbin and Alyx Mark and Anna E. Carpenter},
  journal={Tulane Law Review},
  year={2018},
  volume={92},
  pages={547}
}
Legal education reformers have long argued that law school clinics address two related needs: first, clinics teach students to be lawyers; and second, clinics serve low-income clients. In clinics, so the argument goes, law students working under the close supervision of faculty members learn the requisite skills to be good practitioners and professionals. In turn, clinical law students serve clients with civil and criminal justice needs that would otherwise go unmet. Though we have these… Expand
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Clients of VA-Housed Legal Clinics: Legal and Psychosocial Needs When Seeking Services and Two Months Later
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Findings suggest that because clients may need more intensive legal intervention of longer duration to resolve their legal needs and achieve better housing and health status, VA-housed legal clinics require greater resources and expansion. Expand

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