83 Tenn. L. Rev. 843 (2015-2016)
Thirty Reflection Questions to Help Each Student Find Meaningful Employment and Develop and Integrated Professional Identity (Professional Formation)

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    THIRTY REFLECTION QUESTIONS TO HELP
        EACH STUDENT FIND MEANINGFUL
 EMPLOYMENT AND DEVELOP AN INTEGRATED
              PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY
            (PROFESSIONAL FORMATION)

              NEIL HAMILTON & JEROME  M. ORGAN*

INTRODUCTION        ...............................................844
I. THE FOUNDATION FOR THE PROFESSIONAL-FORMATION  LEARNING
      OUTCOMES        .................................... ......845
      A. The Learning Outcome Challenge That Law Schools Are
         Facing.......................            ...............845
      B. Additional Foundations for These Professional-Formation
         Learning Outcomes    ................. ..... .......848
         1. Support from the Model Rules and Reports on
            Professionalism     ...................................848
         2. Support from Analyses of Education for the Professions
            More Generally     ....................... .....849
II. THE DESIGN OF AN EFFECTIVE CURRICULUM FOR THE Two
      PROFESSIONAL-FORMATION  LEARNING OUTCOMES.................851
      A. Defining an Arc of Development for Both Learning
          Outcomes       .............................. .....851
      B. Where Are Law Students in Terms of Stages of Development
         on These Two Professional-Formation Learning Outcomes?
         ...............................................856
         1. Data on Law Students' Developmental Stages with
            Respect to Self-Directed Learning     ..............856
         2. Data on Students' Developmental Stages in
            Understanding and Integrating an Internalized Deep
            Responsibility to Clients and the Legal System ........860




       Neil Hamilton is the Thomas and Patricia Holloran Professor of Law at the
University of St. Thomas School of Law (Minnesota) where he serves as the Director
of the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions. Jerome Organ is a
Professor of Law at the University of St. Thomas School of Law (Minnesota) where
he serves as Associate Director of the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the
Professions. They are very grateful for the thoughtful suggestions of Lou Bilionis on
earlier drafts of this article and for the helpful research assistance provided by Noah
Huisman, Frank Langan and Jeff Maleska.


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