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Clinical Law Review
Curiosity is an essential component of intellectual development. Not surprisingly, recent data indicate that curious students perform better academically than those who do not exhibit this personality trait. Thus, law professors should harness and nurture this characteristic in our students to improve their learning experiences. This essay considers a three-step pedagogical approach to curiosity as it relates to developing lawyering skills and social justice awareness and to the expansion of access to justice.
Jacobs, Becky L., Cultivating Purposeful Curiosity in a Clinical Setting: Extrapolating from Case to Social Justice (March 20, 2015). 21 CLINICAL L. REV. 371 (2015); University of Tennessee Legal Studies Research Paper No. 273. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2628745