Clinical Law Prof Blog

Editor: Jeffrey R. Baker
Pepperdine University
School of Law

Friday, September 8, 2017

Poll on Alternate Clinical Models: DEADLINE Mon, September 18

This post asks you to participate in a poll about real-world practice courses that fall between traditional in-house clinic and externship models. Sometimes called “hybrids,” “external clinics,” or “practitioner-supervised clinics,” these models may involve a faculty member (either part-time or full-time) supervising law students in practices outside the law school, a faculty member and practitioners sharing student supervisory responsibilities, and different approaches to teaching the clinic seminar. We plan to use the information in the first instance in connection with a plenary session at the 2017 Midwestern Clinical Conference.

The poll itself will take at most 5-10 minutes and includes space for you to describe and assess a particular course. The poll describes our inquiry more fully and offers some examples. You can find the poll here:

        https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/AltClinicModel

We will close the poll a week from Monday, September 18.

We look forward to your responses and descriptions.

Claudia Angelos, claudia.angelos@nyu.edu

Phyllis Goldfarb, pgoldfarb@law.gwu.edu

Alex Scherr, scherr@uga.edu

Ann Shalleck, shalleck@wcl.american.edu

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/clinic_prof/2017/09/poll-on-alternate-clinical-models-deadline-mon-september-18.html

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