Clinical Law Review
Professor Aiken, in her article Striving to Teach "Justice,Fairness, and Morality," recognizes the importance of integrating the "analysis of difference into traditional courses to ensure that students begin the life-long process of examining their exercise of privilege and develop an appreciation of the professional value of striving for justice, fair- ness, and morality."1 Her article sets out a pedagogical approach to legal education with the goal of constructing a learning experience that maximizes reflection and unmasks privilege. Aiken's article raises important issues for all of us concerned with legal education and the competent representation of clients.
Beverly Balos, The Bounds of Professionalism: Challenging Our Students; Challenging Ourselves, 4 Clinical L. Rev. 129 (1997), available at http://scholarship.law.umn.edu/faculty_articles/134.