Brook Baker (Northeastern University School of Law), “Practice-Based Learning: Emphasizing Practice and Offering Critical Perspectives on the Dangers of ‘Co-op’tation”
Adele Bernhard (Pace University School of Law), “Innocence Clinics and Small-case Criminal Defense Clinics"
Susan Brooks (Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University) & Bob Madden (St. Joseph College), “Epistemology and Ethics in Relationship-Centered Legal Education and Practice”
Sue Bryant (City University of New York, School of Law at Queens College) & Jean Koh Peters (Yale Law School), “Reflecting on the Habits after Ten Years: Teaching about Race, Identity, Culture, Language and Difference”
Edgar Cahn (University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law), “Clinical Legal Education -- Where Next? Creating and Becoming Agents of Change”
Robert Condlin (University of Maryland School of Law), “Bargaining Without Law”
Nancy Cook (University of Minnesota Law School), “The Message is in the Medium: Client Voice, Story, Narration, and Form”
Peggy Cooper Davis (NYU School of Law), "The Effects of Experiential Courses on Students' Learning, Emotional Health, and Sense of Professional Responsibility"
Robert Dinerstein & Elliott S. Milstein (American University, Washington College of Law), “Uncertainty and Indeterminacy as Over-arching Themes in Clinical Pedagogy”
Mary Jo Eyster (Brooklyn Law School) & Marjorie A. Silver (Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center), "The Accidental Clinician and the Experienced Director: A Conversation on the Value of Externships"
Brian Glick (Fordham University School of Law), “Transactional Law & Organizing”
Suzanne B. Goldberg (Columbia Law School), “Multidimensional Advocacy: A Clinical Teaching Framework”
Robin S. Golden (Yale Law School), “Collaborative as Client: Lawyering for Effective Change”
Peter Hoffman (University of Houston Law Center), “Law Schools and the Changing Face of Practice”
Kathleen Kelly (Stanford Law School), “Negotiating Culture in Human Rights Clinical Field Work”
Kate Kruse (University of Nevada, Las Vega, William S. Boyd School of Law/Fordham University School of Law), “The New Legal Realist Voice of Clinician-Scholars“
Jennifer Lyman (D.C. Law Students in Court), “Practicing What We Teach”
Deborah Maranville (University of Washington School of Law), Russell Engler (New England School of Law), Phyllis Goldfarb (George Washington University Law School), Susan Kay (Vanderbilt University Law School), & Mary Lynch (Albany Law School), “Revision Quest: A Design Primer for Enhancing Experiential Education in the Law School Curriculum”
Binny Miller (American University, Washington College of Law), “Herding Cats: The Role of Directors of Law School Clinical Programs”
Laurie Morin & Susan Waysdorf (University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law), “The Service-Learning Model in the Law School Curriculum: Expanding Opportunities for the Ethical-Social Apprenticeship”
Kimberly O’Leary (Thomas M. Cooley Law School), “Back to the Future: Twenty-Five years after the Inspiration for the Future of the In-House Clinic Report, What Have we Learned about In-House Clinics?”
Mae Quinn (Washington University School of Law), "Feminist Legal Realism?"
Raja Raghunath (University of Denver College of Law), “The ‘Plus One’ Clinic: Tapping Into the Disorienting Possibilities in Representing Landlords Alongside Tenants”
Jeff Selbin (University of California, Berkeley School of Law) & Jeanne Charn (Harvard Law School), “The Clinical Lab Office”
Ann Shalleck (American University, Washington College of Law) and Muneer Ahmad (Yale Law School), “The Jurisprudential Underpinnings of Clinical Thought”
Robert Statchen (Western New England College Schools of Law & Business), “Scribes, Practitioners and Clinicians: Preparing Transactional Documents in a Clinical Environment”
Karen Tokarz (Washington University School of Law), Peggy Maisel (Florida International University College of Law), Robert F. Seibel (California Western School of Law), & Antoinette Sedillo Lopez (University of New Mexico School of Law), “Universal Clinical Legal Education: Why Clinical Courses Should Be Required for All Law Graduates and How It Can Be Done”
Paul Tremblay (Boston College Law School), “Counseling Community Groups”
Louise Trubek & Marsha Mansfield (University of Wisconsin Law School), “Networking to Expand Poverty Law Advocacy”
Anita Weinberg (Loyola University, Chicago, School of Law) & Elizabeth Cooper (Fordham University School of Law), “(Re)constructing Clinics in a Challenging Context: Teaching Policy and Legislation”
Ian Weinstein (Fordham University School of Law), “Sorting for School Success”
Rick Wilson (American University, Washington College of Law), “Does Global Clinical Legal Education Have, or Need, a Unifying Theory?”