New clinical teachers, full of enthusiasm and energy, arrive at the law school having just crossed over into the new vocation of professor from their previous work as practicing lawyers. As many as ten eager, dedicated, inexperienced law students will shortly be representing several clients each, under the close supervision of the new clinical faculty member. There is a new office, new coworkers, new cases, new students, but most new of all, a new way of operating. No longer the lone advocate, now the advocate has-become a clinical teacher, working with law students. Dedicated to education and service, the clinic teacher is ready to start. But where are the instructions on clinical teaching? Where is the clinic teacher's manual?
Quigley, William P.
"Introduction to Clinical Teaching for the New Clinical law Professor: A View from the First Floor,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 28:
3, Article 7.
Available at: https://ideaexchange.uakron.edu/akronlawreview/vol28/iss3/7