I am proud to announce the publication of Prof. Nancy Hunt's new textbook, Lawyering in the Nation's Capital. Prof. Hunt directs Pepperdine's exceptional Washington D.C. Externship Semester. Here is more about the book from West Academic: Lawyering in ...

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  1. Nancy Hunt: Lawyering in the Nation's Capital
  2. Clinical Writers' Workshop Scheduled for September 22, 2018, at NYU Law
  3. An Open Book? Self-disclosure in Clinical Teaching
  4. Call for Papers at Detroit-Mercy's Symposium on Sanctuary Cities
  5. Reflections On Death
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Nancy Hunt: Lawyering in the Nation's Capital

I am proud to announce the publication of Prof. Nancy Hunt's new textbook, Lawyering in the Nation's Capital. Prof. Hunt directs Pepperdine's exceptional Washington D.C. Externship Semester. Here is more about the book from West Academic: Lawyering in the Nation’s...
    

Clinical Writers' Workshop Scheduled for September 22, 2018, at NYU Law

The Clinical Law Review will hold its next Clinical Writers’ Workshop on Saturday, September 22, 2018, at NYU Law School. The Workshop provides an opportunity for clinical teachers who are writing about any subject (clinical pedagogy, substantive law, interdisciplinary analysis,...
    

An Open Book? Self-disclosure in Clinical Teaching

As a clinical teacher, how much of your self do you share with the students you are supervising? What effect does that sharing, or lack of sharing, have? When do you self-disclose with students, what are the risks and benefits? In many ways, in a clinical setting we are asking students to become reflective lawyers. We ask that they constantly assess their goals, their progress, and what they bring to the lawyering experience. In a way, with self-disclosure, we are modeling for students what we ask them to do in terms of being introspective and self-aware attorneys.
    

Call for Papers at Detroit-Mercy's Symposium on Sanctuary Cities

Via the Student Editors at Detroit-Mercy: CALL FOR PROPOSALS The Return of Sanctuary Cities: The Muslim Ban, Hurricane Maria, and Everything in Between The University of Detroit Mercy Law Review is pleased to announce its annual academic Symposium to be...
    

Reflections On Death

I think we should talk more about death, loss, and grieving. So, I wrote about it. For anyone who has felt or will feel death's sting, this one is for you. My heart is with you. "We feel alien. The...
    

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