Humanizing Legal Education Symposium |TODAY|
Submitted by dan. on 2007-09-14 23:52.
Washburn University School of Law, the editors of the Washburn Law Journal and the Symposium Planning Committee are pleased to host Humanizing Legal Education, a symposium/conference, October 19-21, 2007.
Humanizing Legal Education, now a section of the American Association of Law Schools called "Balance in Legal Education," is a movement that responds to recent studies suggesting that legal education, at least at some law schools, adversely affects law students in disturbing ways. Presenters and conference attendees will explore the likely causes of the problem and ideas for improving law students' law school experiences.
Read it all. There will be a section on therapeutic and restorative justice.
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