The Lawyer Meets the Therapist, the Minister, and the Psychiatrist: Law School Cross-Professional Collaborations

Floyd, Timothy W.
March 2012
Mercer Law Review;Spring2012, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p959
Academic Journal
An essay is presented to motivate legal faculty members and legal students towards the benefits of teaching and adopting cross-professional collaborative courses in the U.S. The author discusses several advantages for law students who has adopted the course which include acquisition of knowledge about nonlegal technical fields, improved interactive ability of students with law practitioners and enhanced employment prospects.


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