The Lean Legal Clinic: Cost-Effective Methods of Implementing Experiential Education
Elon Law Review
Students crave experience built into their coursework, and the actual feel of representing a client. This article explores the building blocks of putting together a clinic (or experiential program) on a shoestring budget. From the mechanics of administrative details to getting buy-in from the faculty, students, and larger legal community, this paper addresses some of the external intangibles associated with an experiential learning course that for all intents and purposes operates as a clinic. The article also discusses learning outcomes, teachable moments in ethics and professionalism, and getting the bang for your buck in bringing skills and substantive knowledge to students.
Jessica D. Gabel, The Lean Legal Clinic: Cost-Effective Methods of Implementing Experiential Education, 7 Elon L. Rev. 261 (2015).
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The Lean Legal Clinic: Cost-Effective Methods of Implementing Experiential Education,
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