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Creating a Classroom Component for Field Placement Programs: Enhancing Clinical Goals with Feminish Pedagogy
Faculty Scholarship
  • Linda H. Morton, California Western School of Law
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1993
Disciplines
Abstract

This article supports the use of feminist pedagogy to provide the ideal environment for engaging clinic students in self-learning. The author describes the complementary relationship between clinic goals and feminist pedagogy, illustrated through her use of a student-facilitated and non-hierarchical teaching model in her externship classes. The model used provides a unique and valuable educational environment for the training of prospective professionals.

Citation Information
Linda Morton, Creating a Classroom Component for Field Placement Programs: Enhancing Clinical Goals with Feminist Methodology, 45 Maine Law Review 19 (1993).