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Vol 20, No 2 (2014) A Client-Focused Practice: Developing and Testing Emotional Competency in Clinical Legal Interviews Abstract   PDF   WORD
Felicity Wardhaugh, Colin James
Vol 23, No 5 (2016) A Festive Celebration of Innovative Clinical Scholarship Details   DOCX   PDF
Elaine Hall
Vol 14 (2009) A Medical/Legal Teaching and Assessment Collaboration on Domestic Violence: Assessment Using Standardized Patients/Standardized Clients Abstract   PDF   Word
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, Cameron Crandall, Gabriel Campos, Diane Rimple, Mary Neidhart, Teresita McCarty, Lou Clark, Steve McLaughlin, Carrie Martell
Vol 18 (2012) A Model for Interdisciplinary Clinical Education: Medical and Legal Professionals Learning and Working Together to Promote Public Health Abstract   PDF   Word
Lisa Bliss, Sylvia Caley, Robert Pettignano
Vol 4 (2004) A student right of audience? Implications of law students appearing in court Abstract   PDF   XML
Susan Campbell
Vol 22, No 3 (2015) A Systematic Review of Literature on Clinical Legal Education: A Tool for Researchers in Responding to an Explosion of Clinical Scholarship Abstract   WORD   PDF
Tribe Mkwebu
Vol 24, No 2 (2017) A systematic review of the literature in Europe relating to clinical legal education Abstract   DOCX   PDF
Rachel Dunn
Vol 4 (2004) ABA/CEELI’s clinical legal education programme in Serbia Abstract   PDF   XML
Emilija Stankovic Karajovic
Vol 3 (2003) ABA/CEELI’s Law Clinic Programs in Croatia Abstract   PDF   Word
Steven Austermiller
Vol 24, No 2 (2017) An embarrassment of riches Details   DOCX   PDF
Elaine Hall
Vol 16 (2011) An essay on the stages of the clinical year in law school: Group process with existentialist roots Abstract   PDF   XML
Richard Wilson
Vol 20, No 1 (2014) An Examination of the Challenges, Successes and Setbacks for Clinical Legal Education in Eastern Europe Abstract   PDF   Word
Dubravka Askamovic, Philip Genty
Vol 24, No 2 (2017) Another clinical story to tell Abstract   DOCX   PDF
Veronika Tomoszková, Maxim Tomoszek
Vol 23, No 1 (2016) Assessing experiential learning – us, them and the others Abstract   XML   PDF
Richard Grimes, Jenny Gibbons
Vol 20, No 2 (2014) Assessing Law clinic – the use of digital patch text assessment as an alternative to traditional portfolios Abstract   PDF   Word
Karen Clubb
Vol 23, No 1 (2016) Assessment in the legal and medical domain: two sides of a coin Abstract   XML   PDF
Cees P. M. van der Vleuten
Vol 14 (2009) Assessment– Are Grade Descriptors the Way Forward? Abstract   PDF   Word
Victoria Murray, Tamsin Nelson
Vol 18 (2012) Autonomy-Mastery-Purpose: Structuring Clinical Courses To Enhance These Critical Educational Goals Abstract   PDF   Word
Leah Wortham, Catherine Klein, Beryl Blaustone
Vol 15 (2011) ‘Bridging the Academic/Vocational Divide: the Creation of a Law Clinic in an Academic Law School’ Abstract   PDF   Word
Frank Dignan
Vol 21, No 2 (2014) ‘First they tell us to ignore our emotions, then they tell us to reflect’: The development of a reflective writing pedagogy in clinical legal education through an analysis of student perceptions of reflective writing. Abstract   PDF   Word
Rachel Spencer
Vol 23, No 1 (2016) ‘Pigs are not fattened by being weighed’ – so why assess clinic- and can we defend our methods? Abstract   XML   PDF
Carol Boothby
Vol 4 (2004) ‘You’re such a friendly group of people!’ Reflections on the 7th Australian Clinical Legal Education Conference Abstract   PDF   XML
Jeff Giddings
Vol 13 (2008) “10 lessons for new clinicians” Abstract   PDF   Word
Angela Macfarlane, Paul McKeown
Vol 15 (2011) “Clinic and the wider law curriculum” Abstract   PDF   Word
Jonny Hall, Kevin Kerrigan
Vol 11 (2007) “How do you feel about this client?” – A commentary on the clinical model as a vehicle for teaching ethics to law students Abstract   PDF   Word
Kevin Kerrigan
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