When Worlds Collide: Exploring Intersections between Legal Writing and Clinical Pedagogy, Scholarship, and Practice
9 Pages Posted: 29 Jan 2008 Last revised: 9 Dec 2012
The 2007 Annual Program of the AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research, When Worlds Collide, focused on relationships between legal writing teachers and clinicians in teaching and scholarship. . . . [T]hese essays explore existing intersections between legal writing and clinical pedagogy, scholarship, and practice as well as the spaces where there is an undeveloped potential for forging and developing professional relationships between writing and clinical teachers. Thus, this symposium is about where legal writing and clinical teachers meet as colleagues and as collaborators. But it is equally about where we collide and where we miss each other.
Keywords: legal writing, clinical, legal education, legal pedagogy, teaching, legal scholarship
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