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Clinical Legal Education in Asia


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  • ISBN13:9781137517524
  • ISBN10:1137517522
  • Publisher:Palgrave MacMillan
  • Language:English
  • Binding:Hardback
  • SUPC: SDL698469502

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This book describes the history, present status and possible future models of clinical legal education (CLE) in 12 Asian countries, with particular focus on the Asian character of CLE as it has evolved in different countries.

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This book describes the history, present status and possible future models of clinical legal education (CLE) in 12 Asian jurisdictions: China, Hong Kong, India, Palestine, Singapore, Thailand, Turkey, Israel, Japan, Taiwan, Maldives, and South Korea. Contributors use case studies from each country to show that while CLE in Asia could initially have been described as an Anglo-Western style of legal education teaching, it has evolved past that framework. While it remains in an early development stage, CLE throughout Asia has both incorporated the core values established by traditional Western legal education theorists and developed its own Asian characteristics. Conclusions drawn from this important research have great utility for those involved with legal clinics across the globe.

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'Clinical educators the world over are seeking to transform legal education into 'justice education' in a quest to make the system serve the changing needs for justice in our times. In Asia, the mission includes legal empowerment, rule of law, and search for non-litigative methods for access to justice. This compilation of law school-based clinical experiments in Asia provides interesting insights on the way the mission for 'justice education' is shaping up in the region. It is essential reading to all stakeholders of the legal and judicial establishment.' N.R. Madhava Menon, Hon. Professor International Bar Association Chair on Continuing Legal Education, National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India

'Clinical Legal Education in Asia offers important insights into the evolution of clinical programs throughout the region. Its various chapters demonstrate a shared commitment to the social justice mission of clinical education that is emblematic of a vibrant global clinical movement. It is an important addition to the growing literature on the spread of clinical legal education around the world.' Frank Bloch, Professor of Law Emeritus, Vanderbilt University, USA

'[This volume] analyzes the legal educational pedagogy of 'learning by doing' and its core value of access to justice. In describing legal education in eleven diverse Asian jurisdictions, authors highlight the benefits and challenges of adaptation of the method in multiple legal systems and political frameworks. Shuvro Prosun Sarker has ably organized this provocative must-read for legal educators, students, lawyers, judges, and bar regulators, as well as for other readers tracking this global movement.' Jane Schukoske, CEO, S M Sehgal Foundation, India

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'Clinical educators the world over are seeking to transform legal education into 'justice education' in a quest to make the system serve the changing needs for justice in our times. In Asia, the mission includes legal empowerment, rule of law, and search for non-litigative methods for access to justice. This compilation of law school-based clinical experiments in Asia provides interesting insights on the way the mission for 'justice education' is shaping up in the region. It is essential reading to all stakeholders of the legal and judicial establishment.' N.R. Madhava Menon, Hon. Professor International Bar Association Chair on Continuing Legal Education, National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India

'Clinical Legal Education in Asia offers important insights into the evolution of clinical programs throughout the region. Its various chapters demonstrate a shared commitment to the social justice mission of clinical education that is emblematic of a vibrant global clinical movement. It is an important addition to the growing literature on the spread of clinical legal education around the world.' Frank Bloch, Professor of Law Emeritus, Vanderbilt University, USA

'[This volume] analyzes the legal educational pedagogy of 'learning by doing' and its core value of access to justice. In describing legal education in eleven diverse Asian jurisdictions, authors highlight the benefits and challenges of adaptation of the method in multiple legal systems and political frameworks. Shuvro Prosun Sarker has ably organized this provocative must-read for legal educators, students, lawyers, judges, and bar regulators, as well as for other readers tracking this global movement.' Jane Schukoske, CEO, S M Sehgal Foundation, India

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