Self-Disclosure, Separation, and Students: Intimacy in the Clinical Relationship, 27 Indiana Law Review 115 (1993)
I met most of my clinic students for the first time at an informal
coffee hour my colleague and I arranged at the beginning of the new
semester, before the first clinic class. Although the event was designed
to allow the students to meet each other, it seemed a little awkward
because I was trying to meet the students for the first time also, and
this was an unfamiliar role for me. I usually came to a new school
year having at least met all of my clinic students, because I have been
involved in selecting them to participate in the clinic, and the clinic's
selection process includes a personal interview. I had not met most of
these students, however, because I had been on maternity leave when
they had been selected.
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clinic, legal education
Sullivan, Kathleen A., "Self-Disclosure, Separation, and Students: Intimacy in the Clinical Relationship" (1993). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4430.