32 Pages Posted: 7 Aug 2009
Date Written: 2008
This Article begins by offering teaching objectives that can be used to focus supervision and education on effective representation of clients from different cultures as issues arise in the course of representation. The Article then discusses the context of student supervision and explains how case supervision sessions can be extremely effective moments during which to pursue those teaching goals. The Article next examines vignettes that grew out of cases handled by the University of New Mexico's Clinical Law Program.
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Sedillo Lopez, Antoinette, Making and Breaking Habits: Teaching (and Learning) Cultural Context, Self-Awareness, and Intercultural Communication Through Case Supervision in a Client-Service Legal Clinic (2008). Washington University Journal of Law and Policy, Vol. 28, 2008. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1444054