A counter-pedagogy for Social Justice: core skills for community-based lawyering
Argues that law students should be taught skills beyond the mainstream curriculum in order to be effective community-based lawyers. Such skills include collaboration with community members; acknowledgement of identity, race, and emotion; and adoption of a community perspective on legal problems. Includes concrete examples of techniques and exercises.
- Shin Imai
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- Abogacía y Justicia social, Enseñanza Clínica del derecho