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Learning to take a stand through storytelling

Submitted by Nigel Duncan on Wed, 09-04-2013
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Learning to take a stand through storytelling
Watkins, Dawn, Davies, Alison
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Conference title
Fishing for Values in Legal Education
Conference location
The City Law School, London, UK
United Kingdom
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One important aspect of demonstrating moral courage is the willingness to ‘take a stand’ when no one else is standing. It is suggested that if we want to help students to develop the ability to take a stand 'morally', then we first need to look at developing this ability through practical means. The aim of this workshop is to develop students’ capacity to take a stand in literal and physical terms, through the mode of storytelling.