Does a clinical legal approach tell us something interesting about the nature and the concept of law? Is it possible to re-think the relationship between law and morals starting from the legal clinics experience? Is the juxtaposition between doctors and jurists convincing? These are the main questions that will be addressed here. They are questions concerning legal epistemology and legal philosophy in the strict sense that seems not to be so interesting for clinical jurists. Indeed, clinical jurists above all emphasize the importance of legal clinics from the viewpoint of education and social justice, but neglect the contribution that a clinical legal method can offer with respect to the knowledge of law. Nevertheless, dealing with this latter question could be useful to strengthen contemporary legal clinical movement.
|Numero di pagine||23|
|Rivista||ETICA & POLITICA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2019|
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