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Paula E. McBride

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The literature focusing on reform in legal education has failed to define what “preparedness” for a public interest lawyer means. In order to examine what conditions make a public interest lawyer graduate practice-ready, we must investigate the phenomenon which constitutes preparedness for public interest law.

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A Phenomenological Case Study of Preparedness for Public Interest Lawyers

The literature focusing on reform in legal education has failed to define what “preparedness” for a public interest lawyer means. In order to examine what conditions make a public interest lawyer graduate practice-ready, we must investigate the phenomenon which constitutes preparedness for public interest law.