Bachelor of Arts
Date of Expected Graduation
The purpose of this study was to explore law school students’ perspectives on interdisciplinary social work education. For this qualitative study, a purposive sample of current law students (n = 11) were invited to participate in a survey to give their perspectives on their current education and thoughts on interdisciplinary education. The results showed that, although the clinic work was helpful, most law students did not think traditional law classes helped prepare them for client interactions. The students also expressed an openness and desire for more trainings on client interactions. This study’s findings suggest a need for interdisciplinary trainings to prepare law students for future practice.
Dr. Jina Sang
Dr. Mark McManus
Lockemer, Kellie, "Law Students' Perspectives on Interdisciplinary Education: A Qualitative Study" (2019). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 913.