10 Seattle J. Soc. Just. [i] (2011-2012)

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JOURNAL SOCIAL
FOR
JUSTICE
VOLUME 10               *    ISSUE 1          FALL/WINTER 2011
LEGAL EDUCATION REFORM: SKILLS BUILDING, ECONOMIC
JUSTICE, AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
Introduction      ..................................Davida-Finger  1
Tired of Talking: A Call for Clear Strategies for Legal Education
Reform: Moving Beyond the Discussion of Good Ideas
to the Real Transformation of Law Schools ............... Sara K. Rankin  11
Sea Change: The Seismic Shift in the Legal Profession
and How Legal Writing Professors Will Keep Legal
Education Afloat in its Wake  .............Kirsten A. Dauphinais  49
Practicing Medicine and Studying Law: How Medical Schools
Used to Have the Same Problems We Do and What We Can Learn
from Their Efforts to Solve Them  ..............Jennifer S. Bard  135
Engaging the Legal Academy
in Disaster Response   ............... Davida Finger, Laila Hlass, 211
Anne S. Hornsby, Susan S. Kuo
& Rachel A. Van Cleave
Advising Clients to Commit War Crimes
with Impunity: An Unethical Practice  ............Marjorie Cohn  249
Can the Professor Come Out
and Play?-Scholarship, Teaching,
and Theories of Play  ............Bryan Adamson, Lisa Brodoff, 273
Marilyn Berger, Anne Enquist,
Paula Lustbader & John B. Mitchell

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