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Ethics and Clinical Reflection

Submitted by JoNel Newman on Thu,10/07/2014
Long title
Using Guided Self Reflection to Teach Ethics
Author(s)
JoNel Newman
Melissa Swain
Author(s)' contact information
Melissa Swain
University of Miami School of Law
1311 Miller Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146
mswain@law.miami.edu
JoNel Newman
University of Miami School of Law
1311 Miller Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146
jnewman@law.miami.edu
Conference title
NIFTEP
Conference location
London
Country
United Kingdom
Year
2014
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Abstract
The authors use guided self reflection to teach legal ethics in a clinical setting. The presentation discusses the clinic's learning goals and self assessment and reflection materials and considers the utilization of this methodology in other settings.
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