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Anna's Case

Submitted by Leah Wortham on Fri, 05-10-2013
Wortham, Leah
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The Catholic University of America
Washington, D.C.

Conference title
Transforming Legal Education
Conference location
Nigerian Law School
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Anna's Case is a role play exercise that simulated a pre-hearing counseling session between a lawyer and client.
The client is seeking a divorce from her husband who has been physically violent to her for many years.
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