Integrating Social Justice Issues in Legal Ethics Teaching

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Long title: 
Integrating Social Justice Issues in Legal Ethics Teaching
Author(s): 
Carle, Susan
Author(s)' contact information: 
Susan Carle, Washington College of Law American University
Conference title: 
NIFTEP Summer 2012 Workshop
Conference location: 
The Banff Centre - Banff, Alberta, Canada
Country: 
Canada
Year: 
2012

Legal education, including legal ethics teaching, must confront the current crisis in the legal profession and adapt to a rapidly changing future;
Works best to put experiential learning first, using role plays, simulation, followed by reflective discussion/analysis/writing;
Supplemented with short readings that provide some historical context; and
Key is teaching creative problem solving in all its dimensions.

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