Raising the Bar: Standards-Based Training, Supervision, and Evaluation
Pace University - School of Law
Missouri Law Review, Vol. 75, 2010
In this short Article, I sketch the methodology my colleagues and I at Pace Law School use to incorporate practice standards into our clinical teaching and reflect on how a standards-based teaching paradigm could be adapted to the training, supervision, and evaluation of public defenders. Then, I briefly consider how standards and standards-based teaching assist in the administration of assigned counsel plans and in the evaluation of the performance of public defender organizations. Although this Article does not cover any of these topics in depth, my goal is to introduce the reader to a standards-based approach to teaching and suggest that lessons from that model might be valuable for public defender offices.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 21Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: January 14, 2011
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