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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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A Student Guide to Clinical Legal Education and Pro Bono

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Edited by: Kevin Kerrigan, Victoria Murray

ISBN13: 9780230249639
Published: March 2011
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £25.99

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An authoritative and practical student guide to Clinical Legal Education, a subject that plays an increasingly important role within UK law schools. Written by experts in the field, members of the long-established and ground-breaking Student Law Office at Northumbria University.

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Legal Skills and Method
What is Clinic/Pro Bono?
Establishing a Clinical/Pro Bono Project
Clinic/Pro Bono and Ethics – The Professional Conduct Rules and Client Care
Working with your Supervisor/Others
Talking to Clients and Others - Interviewing and Advising
Pen to Paper – Written Communication Skills - Legal Writing - Drafting
In the Library – Practical Legal Research
On Your Feet - Advocacy in Courts, Tribunals and Other Formal Settings
Organising and Strategising - Case/File Management
What Makes a Good Clinic/Pro Bono Student?
Clinic/Pro Bono and Your Career