Lawyers, Clients & Narrative

A Framework for Law Students and Practitioners

by Carolyn Grose, Margaret E. Johnson

Tags: Clinical/Externships, Legal Profession/Professional Responsibility, Professionalism/Law Practice

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224 pp $38.00

ISBN 978-1-5310-0384-5
eISBN 978-1-5310-0385-2

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This book is a new primary text for use by the full panoply of experiential courses, including clinical, externship, legal writing, practical, interviewing, negotiation, counseling, and trial/appellate advocacy. Using multimedia examples, including the podcast Serial, as well as exercises drawn from actual lawyering situations, this book describes, explores, and analyzes narrative as a pedagogy of lawyering. The book addresses the broad spectrum of skills and practice areas and fora that the profession increasingly demands.

This is a comprehensive book for using narrative, stories, and storytelling to develop more fully and effectively as a lawyer. The book provides the theory and information for planning for, conducting, and reflecting on various lawyering activities. In addition, the authors make the teaching relatable and transferable to a variety of contexts by using concrete examples drawn from their own extensive practice, writing, and teaching using lawyering and narrative.

Comp Copy If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.