Clinical Law in South Africa
The second edition of the groundbreaking Clinical Law, the only comprehensive collection of writings on applied/practical legal skills typically taught in clinical legal education courses at law schools in Sout
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The second edition of the groundbreaking Clinical Law, the only comprehensive collection of writings on applied/practical legal skills typically taught in clinical legal education courses at law schools in South Africa, is to build upon the basis created by the first edition in order to ultimately produce an even more comprehensive authority on the subject of Clinical Law Each Chapter of the work covers aspects of lawyering skills. The book was conceived out of the recognition that the training of a lawyer involves a unique combination of learning experiences ranging from pure academic to practical legal training and skills development. The aim of the book is to collect in one publication the most essential topics covered in every clinical legal education course - compiled by senior clinical attorneys with experience in the teaching and practice of law.
Table of contents
CHAPTER 1 - Introduction
CHAPTER 2 - The legal profession in South Africa
CHAPTER 3 - Professional and ethical conduct
CHAPTER 4 - Consultation skills
CHAPTER 5 - File and case management
CHAPTER 6 - Numeracy skills
CHAPTER 7 - Practice management
CHAPTER 8 - Legal research and writing opinions
CHAPTER 9 - Drafting letters
CHAPTER 10 - Drafting pleadings, notices and applications
CHAPTER 11 - Drafting wills
CHAPTER 12 - Drafting contracts
CHAPTER 13 - Trial advocacy
CHAPTER 14 - Alternative dispute resolution
CHAPTER 15 - Goals of clinical legal education