The Clinic Seminar (Coursebook)

The Clinic Seminar (Coursebook)

Deborah Epstein, Jane Aiken, Wallace Mlyniec
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  • Paperback: 864 pages
  • Publisher: West Academic Publishing; 1 edition (June 02, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 0314274944
  • EAN: 9780314274946
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  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds

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The Clinic Seminar provides a fully developed seminar curriculum for use in any clinic, regardless of subject matter, by any teacher, regardless of experience level. Together, the student text and teacher’s guide provide a full syllabus of 20 model classes designed for two-hour class sessions, with step-by-step instructions so that even a first-time clinician can enter the classroom with complete confidence. Topics in The Clinic Seminar including: Client Counseling, Communication and Assumptions, Interviewing, Project Interviewing, Informal Fact Investigation, Storytelling, Theory of the Case or Project, Collaboration, Direct Examination, Cross Examination, Exhibits, Objections, Opening Statements and Closing Arguments, Negotiation, Presentation Skills, Writing, Establishing Professional Boundaries, Conducting Rounds, Ethics, Challenging Assumptions, System Change, and Exploring Justice.

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