This web page provides access to all materials (simulations, vignettes, exercises and problem sets) in the Client Science Course, as well as assigned readings other than the course text: Client Science: Advice for Lawyers on Counseling Clients Through Bad News and Other Legal Realities (Oxford University Press, 2012), hereafter referred to as the Client Science book. Not at all coincidentally, the book was written by Professor Marjorie Corman Aaron, also the author of the teaching materials and of this website. It is available from Oxford University Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and most likely other commercial sellers. The book is a paperback and there is an e-version.
About the Documents for Download
- Course Readings – articles and book chapters in addition to the Client Science book, available and downloadable without charge. If your instructor has adopted the full Client Science course, these are assigned readings for everyone.
- Course Materials – Case assessment exercises, a number of interviewing and counseling role simulations, and problem sets. These course materials are divided for access by participants assigned by the course instructor into six “groups”, labeled Group I, Group IIa & IIb, Group III, and Group IVa & IVb. You should click on your Group to access your group’s materials.