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Richard Boswell on Advancing a Broader View of Clinical Scholarship

Published on: Author: Mark Aaronson

Richard Boswell’s thoughtful insights regarding clinical scholarship reflect the pivotal position he has had in the development of such scholarship institutionally and as a role model. In “Advancing a Broader View of Clinical Scholarship,” 26 Clinical Law Review 117 (2019), Professor Boswell begins with a quotation that appeared in the CLR’s first edition: “The heart… Continue reading

Shauna Marshall on Rebellious Deaning

Published on: Author: Alina Ball

How does one define effective leadership? And what does progressive leadership look like in the legal academy? These questions are rarely asked and answered in legal scholarship. In her article, Rebellious Deaning: One African American Woman’s Vision of a Progressive Law School, Dean Shauna Marshall tackles these questions head-on while taking the reader on a… Continue reading

Alina Ball on Representing Small Businesses Effectively

Published on: Author: Shauna Marshall

Employment and economic growth in the United States have always relied, in part, on the steady creation of small businesses. Start-ups, small restaurants, innovative mom and pop stores, and non-profits are all needed for a healthy economy. Yet, as Professor Alina Ball points out so ably in her article, Primary Care Lawyers: A Holistic Approach… Continue reading

Manoj Viswanathan & Alina Ball on Creating a Transactional Tax Clinic

Published on: Author: Heather Field

Law school clinics have long served students interested in litigation. And the past decade has brought a dramatic increase in the number of transactional-law clinics at law schools across the country, which is clearly a positive development for the many law students who are interested in business/transactional work. But what about students interested in transactional… Continue reading