Designing and Implementing an Enhanced Clinical Program in the Age of Disruption. Part Two: Clinical Activities

Bryan Horrigan

Abstract


Part Oneof this article addressed key institutional challenges in designing and implementing an enhanced clinical program, informed by a law dean’s perspective on the various institutional and individual interests involved. Part Two of this article engages with some of the key controversies and disruptions with which an enhanced clinical program needs to engage in the 21st century, one way or another. The underlying theme in this concluding part of the article is the repositioning of legal clinical programs and legal clinicians within their broader and fluid surrounding environments.

 

[1] For Part One: see Horrigan, B. ‘Designing and Implementing an Enhanced Clinical Program in the Age of Disruption. Part One: The Environment for Clinic.’ International Journal of Clinical Legal Education 26.2 (2019): 75-104.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19164/ijcle.v27i1.916

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