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The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

1995

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The Catholic Sponsorship Of Legal Education: A Bibliography, William J. Wagner, Denise M. Ryan Jan 1995

The Catholic Sponsorship Of Legal Education: A Bibliography, William J. Wagner, Denise M. Ryan

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The present bibliography offers access to the base of knowledge that is essential to the Catholic sponsorship of legal education. It references information on the nature and history of Catholicism, the Law, the Legal Profession, and the University, as these four elements relate to formulating a philosophy of Catholic legal education, and to designing and putting into effect a program of legal education suited to a Catholic school. As further general categories suited to analyzing the requisites of these tasks, the bibliography employs the following headings: 1) philosophical issues; 2) historical issues; 3) academic policies and oversight; and 4) government ...


Aba And Aals Accreditation: What’S ‘Religious Diversity’ Got To Do With It?, Robert A. Destro Jan 1995

Aba And Aals Accreditation: What’S ‘Religious Diversity’ Got To Do With It?, Robert A. Destro

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The subject of this essay is whether, and under what circumstances, the religious commitment of an institution should become an issue in the law school accreditation process. Originally presented at the March 1994, Marquette University Conference on Religiously Affiliated Law Schools, this essay begins with the commonly shared assumption that some tensions do exist between religiously affiliated law schools and their accrediting agencies, the American Bar Association (ABA), and the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). For present purposes, the task will be to differentiate those tensions that arise from the accreditation process itself, and those that arise from the ...


Fee-For-Service Clinical Teaching: Slipping Toward Commercialism, Lisa G. Lerman Jan 1995

Fee-For-Service Clinical Teaching: Slipping Toward Commercialism, Lisa G. Lerman

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A Teacher’S Trouble: Risk, Responsibility And Rebellion, Lisa G. Lerman Jan 1995

A Teacher’S Trouble: Risk, Responsibility And Rebellion, Lisa G. Lerman

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What follows is an edited transcript of a session at the 1995 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, held in New Orleans, Louisiana, January 7, 1995. The meeting was a joint plenary session of the AALS Section on Professional Responsibility and the Section on Clinical Legal Education. The meeting was planned and the role plays were written by Professors Margaret Martin Barry and Lisa Lerman of The Catholic University of America and Professor Homer La Rue of Howard University.

The purpose of the program was to foster interaction among teachers of professional responsibility and clinical teachers about ...