II. How Participant-Observation in Judicial Clerkships Fulfills the Goals of the MacCrate Report ... A. Research and Writing ... B. Legal Analysis ... C. Advocacy Skills ... D. Work Place Skills ... E. Professional Values
III. The Academic Component of a Student Judicial Clerkship Clinic ... A. The Skills Classes: Analysis, Writing, and Research (Weeks 2–4) ... B. The Journal-Based Classes (Weeks 5–13) ... 1. Objectives of Journal Writing ... 2. Weekly Reflective Journals ... a. The First Free-Write Assignment ... b. Later Assignments: Observations and Potential Concerns ... c. Providing Feedback through Class Discussions ... 3. Questions and Observations ... C. The Merchant of Venice (Week 14)
From Courtroom to Classroom: Creating an Academic Component to Enhance the Skills and Values Learned in a Student Judicial Clerkship Clinic,
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