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Article Title

To Prosecute Is Human

Abstract

I. Introduction

II. The Nebraska Experience

III. Direct Faculty Supervision vs. the Externship Model

IV. Advantages of a Prosecution Clinic ... A. Litigation Opportunities ... B. Oral Advocacy Skills ... C. Factual Investigation ... D. Drafting Pleadings ... E. Case Analysis ... F. Trial Advocacy ... G. The Burden of Proof ... H. Developing as a Professional ... I. Negotiation ... J. Caseloads ... K. A Dilution of the Ethical Dilemma ... L. Public Service Orientation ... M. Exercise of Public Discretion ... N. Application of Ethical Principles ... 0. Institutional Critique

V. Disadvantages of the Prosecution Model ... A. Client-Centered Lawyering ... B. Philosophical Issues

VI. Guidelines for Implementing a Prosecution Clinic ... A. State Rules of Practice ... B. Cooperation from the Bench ... C. Institutional Requirements

VII. Conclusion

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