Skip to main content
Presentation
Concurrent Session 2E. Race and the Criminal Justice System- Harmonizing Clinical and Doctrinal Teaching to Advance Social Justice: Part One
SALT Teaching Conference: Teaching Social Justice, Expanding Access to Justice: The Role of Legal Education & The Legal Profession
  • Amna Akbar, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
  • Adam Gershowitz, William & Mary Law School
  • Brooks Holland, Gonzaga University School of Law
  • Cynthia Jones, American University Washington College of Law
  • John King, Washington and Lee University School of Law
  • Nancy Leong, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
  • Jenny Roberts, American University Washington College of Law
  • Robin Walker Sterling, University of Denver Sturm College of Law
Location
Room 460
Start Date
5-10-2012 2:20 PM
End Date
5-10-2012 3:20 PM
Description

Examines how clinical and doctrinal faculty can work together to overcome the difficult challenges in facility classroom conversations about race while enhancing students’ understanding of the various issues of race that arise within the criminal justice system. Presenters include professors of criminal law and procedure in traditional lecture courses, clinics and seminars. Presenters will provide overview of specific techniques to bridge clinical and doctrinal teaching and a summary of the challenges and benefits associated with that technique.

Citation Information
Amna Akbar, Adam Gershowitz, Brooks Holland, Cynthia Jones, et al.. "Concurrent Session 2E. Race and the Criminal Justice System- Harmonizing Clinical and Doctrinal Teaching to Advance Social Justice: Part One" (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/jenny_roberts/12/