A Study of the Supply-side Reform of Clinical Legal Education: From the Perspective of Fostering Outstanding Legal Talents

Fan YANG, Haolan FU, Haolan FU


In this thriving 21st century, all segments of the society especially the market have been posing stricter requirements for legal graduates. Responsively, the 2.0 initiative of Fostering Outstanding Legal Talents has new tasks for the clinical legal education. As a response, this essay will explore in three possible ways that may bring the quality of legal talents to an outstanding level based on the theory of supply-side structural reform and the existing problems of clinical legal education. They are enrichment of the ways of legal evaluation, curriculum framework reform and advancement of practical skills of teaching faculty.


Outstanding legal talents; Clinical legal education; Supply-side reform

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11328


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