Clinicians Reflect on COVID-19: Lessons Learned and Looking Beyond   [open pdf - 0B]

From the Introduction: "This report reviews the findings from a survey of clinical educators' experiences with COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] in 2020, commissioned as a collaboration of the AALS [Association of American Law Schools] Section of Clinical Legal Education Policy Committee and the Clinical Legal Education Association's Committee on Faculty Equity and Inclusion. The committees designed the survey to assess the impact of the sudden restrictions, needs, and swift changes brought on by COVID-19 on clinics and clinical faculty. The goal was to identify any concerns or disparate impacts of COVID-19 on clinics and clinicians as compared to their non-clinical peers. For the purposes of the survey and this report, the terms clinicians, clinical courses, clinical faculty, and clinical staff encompass both clinic and externship teaching, administration, and operations. Where respondents referred specifically to externship-related issues, those comments are highlighted in our findings"

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