Human Rights as the Ordinary Work of Clinics
Vivian, A. and Copeland, A. (2007) Human Rights as the Ordinary Work of Clinics. In: Naylor, B. and Hyams, R., (eds.) Innovation in Clinical Legal Education: Educating Lawyers for the Future. Alternative Law Journal, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 34-41.
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This chapter examines the use of human rights in clinical practice. In doing so it critiques the traditional view of human rights as purely an international framework and instead links it to the social justice work undertaken by legal clinics across the country. Using the experiences and perspectives of clinical students it challenges clinical legal programs to embrace and use human rights in their everyday work.
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|Publisher:||Alternative Law Journal|
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