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Lawyers & Law Students Teaching in the Community
Appropriate for grades 8 and up
This publication helps lawyers and law students bring practical law to their communities. The manual contains 15 time-tested lesson plans and implementation strategies for lawyers and law students to guide their teaching in community-based settings.
Recruiting lawyers and law students to teach in community settings is key to helping spread public legal education to marginalized communities and support overtaxed staff and under-funded organizations. The benefits come not only in bringing practical legal information and skills to people often shut-out of the legal process, but also in providing lawyers and law students with an efficient and rewarding way to use their legal skills to benefit the community.
Note: This item is no longer available in the 3-ring binder format.
Lawyers and Law Students Teaching in the Community: Sample Lesson
Lawyers and Law Students Teaching in the Community: Table of Contents
Please contact Judith Zimmer with questions about this publication.
First edition, 2004
(paperback book, 242 pages)
Eighth edition, 2010
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