Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
This Essay has been written with several purposes: to reflect on our experience and knowledge gained in this workshop; to contribute to the literature on evaluation processes for legal educators; to observe how concepts of justice education and evaluation are defined in a live, cross-cultural dialog; to encourage ourselves and other teachers to place “justice education” as a primary goal in legal education; and to facilitate the holding of similar workshops by others.
Margaret Martin Barry, Martin Geer, Catherine F. Klein, and Ved Kumari,
Justice Education and the Evaluation Process: Crossing Borders,
Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y