social justice, clinical teaching, clinical teaching fellows, confidentiality, privacy, autonomy, difference

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This essay is part of a group of five memorial tributes to Professor Kathleen A. Sullivan of the Yale Law School. The group of tributes reflect on the numerous contributions Professor Sullivan made to her colleagues, students, clients and the clinical education community. In this memoriam tribute, the authors explore three themes that Professor Sullivan cared deeply about: thinking critically about confidentiality, privacy and autonomy; incorporating issues of difference into our teaching and practices; and encouraging people (students, clients and colleagues) to find and assert their own voices, even – and especially – when those voices are different than ours.



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