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Medical Education Again Provides a Model for Law Schools: The Standardized Patient Becomes the Standardized Client

Submitted by Chittam Thakore on Tue,10/11/2009
Author(s)
Grosberg, Lawrence
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Publication
Journal of Legal Education
Volume number
51
Issue number
2
Year
2001
First page number
212
Last page number
234
Abstract
Describes how medical schools have successfully used the "standardized patient" teaching technique, and the use of "standardized clients" at New York Law School. Proposes establishing consortiums among small groups of law schools to implement the standardized client technique, and using the technique in high stakes testing.
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