Clinical legal education, Law school curriculum, Clinical integration
Sturm College of Law
In 1979, the University of Denver College of Law Student Office faced many of the problems associated with a non-integrated clinical program. Largely through the energies of a new dean, and a reform-minded faculty that was willing to experiment, a new integration model was implemented. The purpose of this article is to examine the implementation of the integration model chosen at the University of Denver. This article will explain why a particular model was chosen over other integration models and how the implementation of this model resulted in an integrated clinical program.
Robert M. Hardaway, Problems in Clinical Integration: A Case Study of the Integrated Clinical Program of the University of Denver College of Law, 59 DENV. L.J. 459 (1981).
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