The CLEP Training Program Special Course on Clinical Pedagogy is designed to assist law deans, law clinic directors, supervising lawyers, and clinical faculty deliver their CLEP courses. The program will focus on best practices and methods in teaching and supervision in law clinics. There will be seven (7) modules in this course:
- Module 1: Educational Theories & Goals of Clinical Legal Education
- Module 2: Clinic Design, Scope of Practice, and Case Selection
- Module 3: Non-Directive Pedagogy and Reflective Practice
- Module 4: Classroom and Seminar Teaching
- Module 5: Practice Supervision
- Module 6: Ethics and Professional Formation
- Module 7: Summary and Toolkit for Clinicians
The Special Course on Clinical Pedagogy will be delivered by Professor Jeffrey Baker of the Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law in California, USA. He is a Clinical Professor of Law and Assistant Dean of Clinical Education and Global Programs at Caruso School of Law. He directs the program of clinical education, including the legal clinics, externships, pro bono programs, and practicum courses, and the global programs, including the London Program, Washington DC Externship Semester, and the Augsburg Exchange Program. Professor Baker supervises and teaches the Community Justice Clinic and other courses. For more information information on Prof. Baker, you may view his profile here.
Registration is only until January 31, 2022, 5PM PH time
For interested participants, please accomplish the Registration Form form on or before January 31, 2022 (Monday), 5PM. Instructions on how to access the course will be sent to registered participants starting February 07, 2022 (Monday).
An Onboarding Session is tentatively scheduled on February 11, 2022 (Friday) at 9:30 AM. Final schedule will be sent to registered participants.