This Article explores law school clinics and their effectiveness in addressing two related needs: teaching law students to be lawyers and serving low-income clients. The Article analyzes a substantial data set of process and outcome measures in unemployment insurance cases to compare clinical law students’ use of legal procedures and outcomes to those of experienced attorneys in cases in the same court.
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- Shanahan: Associate Clinical Professor of Law and Director of Justice Lab at the Sheller Center for Social Justice, Temple University Beasley School of Law.
Selbin: Clinical Professor of Law and Director of the Policy Advocacy Clinic at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law.
Mark: Assistant Professor of Political Science at North Central College; Visiting Scholar at the American Bar Foundation.
Carpenter: Associate Clinical Professor of Law and Director, Lobeck Taylor Community Advocacy Clinic at The University of Tulsa College of Law.
- 92 Tul. L. Rev. 547 (2018)
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