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CHAPTER 1 LIVE-CLIENT CLINICS
A. Clinics and the Law School Curriculum
Jerome Frank, Why Not a Clinical Lawyer-School?,81 U. Pa. L. Rev. 907 (1933)
Anthony G. Amsterdam, Clinical Legal Education-A 21st Century Perspective, 34 J. Legal Educ. 612 (1984)
American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Legal Education and Professional Development-An Educational Continuum, Report of the Task Force on Law Schools and the Profession: Narrowing the Gap (1992) [The MacCrate Report]
Jonathan Rose, The MacCrate Report's Restatement of Legal Education: The Need for Reflection and Horse Sense, 44 J. Legal Educ. 548 (1994)
Association of American Law Schools, Section on Clinical Legal Education, Report of the Committee on the Future of the In-House Clinic, 42 J. Legal Educ. 511 (1992)
Ann Shalleck, Clinical Contexts: Theory and Practice in Law and Supervision, 21 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change, Vol. 21:1, pp. 109-82 (1993-1994)
Gary Blasi, What Lawyers Know: Lawyering Expertise, Cognitive Science, and the Functions of Theory, 45 J. Legal Educ. 313 (1995)
B. The Clinical Method
Frank S. Bloch, The Andragogical Basis of Clinical Legal Education, 35 Vand. L. Rev. 321 (1982)
Gary Palm, Reconceptualizing Clinical Scholarship as Clinical Instruction, 1 Clinical L. Rev. 127 (1994)
Robert Condlin, ''Tastes Great, Less Filling'': The Law School Clinic and Political Critique, 36 J. Legal Educ. 45 (1986)
Kenney Hegland, Condlin's Critique of Conventional Clinics: The Case of the Missing Case, 36 J. Legal Educ. 427 (1986)
Peter Toll Hoffman, The Stages of the Clinical Supervisory Relationship, 4 Antioch L.J. 301 (1986)
Minna J. Kotkin, Reconsidering Role Assumption in Clinical Education, 19 N. Mex. L. Rev. 185 (1989)
CHAPTER 2 PROFESSIONALISM: ETHICS AND VALUES
A. Identifying Ethical Issues
Robert D. Dinerstein, A Meditation on the Theoretics of Practice, 43 Hastings L.J. 971 (1992)
Amy D. Ronner, Some In-House Appellate Litigation Clinic's Lessons in Professional Responsibility: Musical Stories of Candor and the Sandbag, 45 Am. U. L. Rev. 859 (1996)
Geoffrey Hazard, Personal Values and Professional Ethics, 40 Cleveland St. L. Rev. 133 (1992)
David Luban and Michael Milleman, Good Judgment: Ethics Teaching in Dark Times, 9 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 31 (1995)
B. Lawyer Roles and Responsibilities
Joseph Allegretti, Shooting Elephants, Serving Clients: An Essay on George Orwell and the Lawyer-Client Relationship, 27 Creighton L. Rev. 1 (1993)
George Critchlow, Professional Responsibility, Student Practice, and the Clinical Teacher's Duty to Intervene, 26 Gonz. L. Rev. 415 (1990/1991)
Eleanor W. Myers, ''Simple Truths'' About Moral Education, 45 Am. U. L. Rev. 823 (1996)
Debra Bassett Perschbacher and Rex R. Perschbacher, Enter at Your Own Risk: The Initial Consultation and Conflicts of Interest, 3 Geo. J. of Legal Ethics 689 (1990)
Michelle Jacobs, Legal Professionalism: Do Ethical Rules Require Zealous Representation for Poor People?, 8 St. Thomas L. Rev. 97 (1995)
CHAPTER 3 LAWYER-CLIENT COMMUNICATION
A. The Lawyer-Client Relationship
Nancy Cook, Legal Fictions: Clinical Experiences, Lace Collars and Boundless Stories, 1 Clin. L. Rev. 41 (1994)
Robert D. Dinerstein, Client-Centered Counseling: Reappraisal and Refinement, 32 Ariz. L. Rev. 501 (1990)
Alex J. Hurder, Negotiating the Lawyer-Client Relationship: A Search for Equality and Collaboration, 44 Buffalo L. Rev. 71 (1996)
B. Communicating Interests and Values
Austin Sarat and William L.F. Felstiner, Lawyers and Legal Consciousness: Law Talk in the Divorce Lawyer's Office, 98 Yale L.J. 1663 (1989)
Clark D. Cunningham, A Tale of Two Clients: Thinking About Law As Language, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 2459 (1989)
James B. White, Translation as a Mode of Thought, 77 Cornell L. Rev. 1388 (1992)
C. Transcending Differences
Gerald P. Lopez, Rebellious Lawyering, One Chicano's Vision of Progressive Law Practice (1992)
Bill Ong Hing, Raising Personal Identification Issues of Class, Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Physical Disability, and Age in Lawyering Courses, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1807 (1993)
Naomi R. Cahn, Theoretics of Practice: The Integration of Progressive Thought and Action: Styles of Lawyering, 43 Hastings L.J. 1039 (1992)
Abbe Smith, Rosie O'Neill Goes to Law School: The Clinical Education of the Sensitive New Age Public Defender, 28 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 1 (1993)
CHAPTER 4 GOAL SETTING, DECISION MAKING, AND PLANNING
A. Framing the Story of the Case
Lucie White, Subordination, Rhetorical Survival Skills, and Sunday Shoes: Notes on the Hearing of Mrs. G., 38 Buff. L. Rev. 1 (1990)
Richard Delgado, Storytelling for Oppositionists and Others: A Plea for Narrative, 87 Mich. L. Rev. 2411 (1989)
Phyllis Goldfarb, A Theory-Practice Spiral: The Ethics of Feminism and Clinical Education, 75 Minn. L. Rev. 1599 (1991)
B. Making Decisions
David A. Binder, Paul Bergman and Susan C. Price, Lawyers as Counselors: A Client-Centered Approach (1991)
Binny Miller, Give Them Back Their Lives: Recognizing Client Narrative in Case Theory, 93 Mich. L. Rev. 485 (1994)
Stephen Ellmann, Client-Centeredness Multiplied: Individual Autonomy and Collective Mobilization in Public Interest Lawyers' Representation of Groups, 78 Va. L. Rev. 1103 (1992)
C. Planning the Investigation of Facts
David A. Binder and Paul Bergman, Fact Investigation, From Hypothesis to Proof (1984)
Gerald P. López, Reconceiving Civil Rights Practice: Seven Weeks in the Life of a Rebellious Collaboration, 77 Geo. L.J. 1603 (1989)
CHAPTER 5 ADVOCACY IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM
A. Telling the Story of the Case
Anthony G. Amsterdam, Telling Stories and Stories About Them, 1 Clin. L. Rev. 9 (1994)
Herbert Eastman, Speaking Truth to Power: The Language of Civil Rights Litigators, 104 Yale L.J. 763 (1995)
Anthony V. Alfieri, Reconstructive Poverty Law Practice: Learning Lessons of Client Narrative, 100 Yale L.J. 2107 (1991)
Roger Fisher, William Ury and Bruce Patton, Getting to Yes, Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In (2d ed. 1991)
Carrie Menkel-Meadow, Toward Another View of Legal Negotiation: The Structure of Problem Solving, 31 UCLA L. Rev. 754 (1984)
Robert F. Cochran, Jr., Legal Representation and the Next Steps Toward Client Control: Attorney Malpractice and the Failure to Allow the Client to Control Negotiation and Pursue Alternatives to Litigation, 47 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 819 (1990)
James H. Stark, Preliminary Reflections on the Establishment of a Mediation Clinic, 2 Clin. L. Rev. 457 (1996)
Isabelle R. Gunning, Diversity Issues in Mediation: Controlling Negative Cultural Myths, 1995 J. Disp. Resol. 55
Donald T. Saposnek, The Art of Family Mediation, 11 Mediation Q. 5 (1993)
CHAPTER 6 THE PUBLIC ROLE OF THE LAWYER
A. The Justice Mission of Lawyers
Peter Margulies, The Mother with Poor Judgment and Other Tales of the Unexpected: A Civic Republican View of Difference and Clinical Legal Education, 88 Nw. U. L. Rev. 695 (1994)
David R. Barnhizer, The Justice Mission of American Law Schools, 40 Clev. St. L. Rev. 285 (1992)
Paul R. Tremblay, Practiced Moral Activism, 8 St. Thomas L. Rev. 9 (1995)
Amy Gutmann, Can Virtue Be Taught to Lawyers?, 45 Stan. L. Rev. 1759 (1993)
Richard A. Boswell, Keeping the Practice in Clinical Education and Scholarship, 43 Hastings L.J. 1187 (1992)
B. Access to Justice
Tigran W. Eldred and Thomas Schoenherr, The Lawyer's Duty of Public Service: More Than Charity?, 96 W. Va. L. Rev. 367 (1993/1994)
Barlow F. Christensen, The Lawyer's Pro Bono Publico Responsibility, 1981 Am. B. Found. Res. J. 1
Barbara Bezdek, Reconstructing A Pedagogy of Responsibility, 43 Hastings L.J. 1159 (1992)
Steven Lubet, Professionalism Revisited, 42 Emory L.J. 197 (1993)
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