Publisher description for Clinical legal education : active learning in your law school / Hugh Brayne, Nigel Duncan, Richard Grimes with Roger Burridge ... [et al.].

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Using examples from their own experience, the authors explain how active learning helps students to develop critical understanding of the law in its real-life context, at the same time as developing useful transferable skills for success. The book also examines issues of ethics, professional
responsibility and lawyer's skills.
The book presents ways of getting students learning, through working in student law clinics, on simulations and with other agencies. It is illustrated with case studies and descriptions of students' own experiences in handling clinical work. The authors also include analysis and criticism of their
ideas from other clinical practitioners.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Law -- Study and teaching (Clinical education) -- Great Britain.