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Harmonizing Current Threats: Using the Outcry for Legal Education Reforms to Take Another Look at Civil Gideon and what it Means to be an American Lawyer
University of Maryland Law Journal of Race, Religion, Gender and Class
  • Cathryn Miller-Wilson
Publication Date
1-1-2013
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Abstract

"Harmonizing Current Threats: Using the Outcry for Legal Education Reforms to Take Another Look at Civil Gideon and What it Means to be an American Lawyer," makes the argument that, like medical education, legal education should be seen as a public responsibility. With the extra government funding that would come from this view of legal education, Miller-Wilson proposes incorporating "teaching law firms" after law school for students to practice in various specialties before graduation, similar to a medical residency.

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Cathryn Miller-Wilson. "Harmonizing Current Threats: Using the Outcry for Legal Education Reforms to Take Another Look at Civil Gideon and what it Means to be an American Lawyer" (2013) p. 49
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/cathryn_miller-wilson/5/