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(American University Journal of Gender, Social Policy & the Law, 1994)
Legal Education at a Crossroads: Innovation, Integration, and Pluralism Required!
(Washington University Journal of Law and Policy, 2014)
We conclude in this Article that expanded practice-based, experiential education will provide foundational learning for the successful transition from law student to law practice, and that clinical education (in-house ...
Beyond Best Practices for Legal Education: Reflections on Cultural Awareness - Exploring the Issues in Creating a Law School and Classroom Culture
(William Mitchell Law Review, 2012)
If law schools are to prepare students for the reality of practice, it is useful to help students become aware of cultural issues that can affect client representation by examining the culture that the law school creates. ...
Gender, Legal Education and Legal Careers
(Journal of Legal Education, 1991)
Much of the literature on the careers of women generally-as well as the smaller literature on the experiences of women in legal education and legal practice-supposes that women will follow different paths and have different ...
Ethnocentrism and Feminism: Using a Contextual Methodology in International Women's Rights Advocacy and Education
(Southern Law Review, 2001)
I have proposed a method of comparative analysis that respects culture by contextualizing analysis of women's issues. I believe that we can help women around the world improve their lives while retaining their cultural ...
Stories in Mexico and the United States About the Border: The Rhetoric and the Realities
(Intercultural Human Rights Law Review, 2010)
Our goal in this article is to demonstrate how perspective, political agenda, and personal experiences affect how stories about the Mexico-U.S. Border are framed. The framing is shaped by audience and emotional appeal, as ...
Test Tube Babies, Surrogate Mothers, Frozen Embryos: Searching for Solutions
(New Mexico Law Review, 1990)
Recently, in the context of a divorce, a Tennessee trial court was faced with the issue of whether to permit the implantation of currently, frozen embryos in Mary Sue Davis' body, or to prohibit the implantation in accordance ...
(Thomas M. Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law, 2006)
Land Use, A.S. Mather (1986) (Book Review)
(Natural Resources Journal, 1988)
Three life experiences piqued my interest in pursuing the study of land use. The first is a childhood memory of my father talking about la tierra the land-its beauty-its durability. It is the only possession which lasts ...
The Alter Ego Doctrine: Alternative Challenges to the Corporate Form
(UCLA Law Review, 1983)
This Comment examines alternative challenges to the separate entity fiction. First, it will analyze the economic policies underlying the separate entity concept and the justification for imposing shareholder liability in ...