Educating the New Lawyer: Teaching Lawyers to Offer Unbundled and Other Client-Centric Services
In this article, Forrest Mosten and Julie Macfarlane build a new bridge in their 30-year professional relationship by linking their separate but complementary work in access to legal services, helping the self-represented litigant (“SRL”), transforming the lawyer from gladiator to problem-solver and conflict resolver, and using interdisciplinary team triage in Collaborative Law and preventive conflict wellness to better serve the public. The New Lawyer and Unbundled Legal Services are independent concepts that the three co-authors link in proposing new topics (including the concept of Legal Coaching, which is evolving from the unbundled model) and pedagogical approaches to teaching law students and practicing lawyers.
Forrest S. Mosten, Julie Macfarlane & Elizabeth P. Scully,
Educating the New Lawyer: Teaching Lawyers to Offer Unbundled and Other Client-Centric Services,
Dick. L. Rev.
Available at: https://ideas.dickinsonlaw.psu.edu/dlr/vol122/iss3/2
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