This Essay revisits the issue of the role that law school clinics can, and should play, in expanding access to justice. To do so we need to cast a critical eye on what we do, who we are, what we have become, and whether we need to rediscover, redefine, and reimagine our professional role as law school clinical teachers.
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Scholarly Commons Citation
Aiken, Jane H. and Wizner, Stephen, "Teaching and Doing: The Role of Law School Clinics in Enhancing Access to Justice" (2004). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. 303.