A 2020 vision of clinical legal education in Australia

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Abstract

In 1984, the Journal of Legal Education published an article by Anthony Amsterdam entitled ‘Clinical Legal Education – A 21st Century Perspective’ which outlined his vision for clinical legal education in the USA from ‘the enlightened 21st Century’. This chapter attempts to provide a similar account, this time from an Australian perspective. It considers where clinics have come from and where they might go in 13 years between now and 2020, looking at some developments that might happen, some ‘wish-list’ items as well as other changes that clinic teachers may fear will come to pass.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInnovation in Clinical Legal Education
Subtitle of host publicationEducating Lawyers for the Future
EditorsBronwyn Naylor, Ross Hyams
Place of PublicationClayton Vic Australia
PublisherLegal Services Bulletin Cooperative Ltd
ISBN (Print)9780959472745
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes

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Giddings, J. (2007). A 2020 vision of clinical legal education in Australia. In B. Naylor, & R. Hyams (Eds.), Innovation in Clinical Legal Education: Educating Lawyers for the Future Clayton Vic Australia: Legal Services Bulletin Cooperative Ltd.
Giddings, Jeff. / A 2020 vision of clinical legal education in Australia. Innovation in Clinical Legal Education: Educating Lawyers for the Future. editor / Bronwyn Naylor ; Ross Hyams. Clayton Vic Australia : Legal Services Bulletin Cooperative Ltd, 2007.
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