UC Law Journal


Homer C. La Rue


Professor La Rue explores the use of student lawyering experiences in the development of a responsible professional identity. He shows how it is possible, through the selection of practice settings that situate students side-by-side with subordinated people, for students to understand law as a multidimensional enterprise. His goal is to help us understand law as a translation of human stories and to recognize how this translation involves value laden choices that have the effect of silencing certain voices.

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