Transforming the Education of Lawyers: The Theory and Practice of Clinical Pedagogy
This book focuses on what and how to teach students about being a lawyer as they take responsibility for clients in a clinical course. The book identifies learning and lawyering theories as well as practical approaches to planning and teaching; it highlights how the four clinical methodologies—seminar, rounds, supervision, and fieldwork—reinforce and complement each other. The book illustrates clinical education's transformative potential to create ethical, skilled, thoughtful practitioners imbued with professional values of justice and service. With contributions by both seasoned and newer clinical educators, the book addresses issues faced by all who teach in experiential lawyering courses.
Bryant, Susan; Milstein, Elliot; and Shalleck, Ann, "Transforming the Education of Lawyers: The Theory and Practice of Clinical Pedagogy" (2014). Books. 116.