Thomas Casadei

The Clinical-Legal Approach and Its (Useful) Implications

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Keywords: Concreteness; Transformations of Law; Case Law; Vulnerable Subjects; Public Engagement.

The clinical-legal approach, from its very first formulations, is aimed at finding a concrete way to guide the legal culture, so to speak, “ex parte societatisµ. Adopting such a perspective brings into play the idea of a different didactics than that long practiced in law courses in Italy and the identification of a specific identity of the jurist (and training) related to it, as well as the affirmation of the social perspectives of the places of legal training itself, that is, more generally, the social mission of the university. It is with reference to these plans that we can try to identify the implications of the clinical-legal method and its progressive spread in the Italian context, as well as European and international, and thus test the consequences within a broader vision of contemporary law.

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