Educating for Justice

1st Edition

Jeremy Cooper, Louise C. Trubek

Published November 9, 2018
Reference - 311 Pages
ISBN 9781138311749 - CAT# K390845
Series: Routledge Revivals

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Published in 1997, an edited collection of essays by a group of international public interest scholars and activists that examines the role and function of the law school in developing, transmitting and understanding the use of law to bring about social change to the advantage of subordinated people. The book traces this influence from the early days of the law school and its induction of legal principles and client responsibilities, through training for practices in a variety of settings, including teaching, social action research, client empowerment programs, to the outer limits of law school in community legal education and awareness. An important and pioneering series of international case studies.


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