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This article examines and demonstrates how two components -- hybrid and a non-urban setting -- work together to create quality external prosecution clinics. Part I describes the non-urban setting of the University of Montana School of Law and explores the emotional and political characteristics of the non-urban setting. Part II discusses the definition of a hybrid clinic as it is understood at the University of Montana School of Law and as it is described in the published scholarship. Part III examines the history of clinical education at the University of Montana School of Law and describes the evolution of the current prosecution externships. Part IV assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the hybrid model and suggests ways to bolster the strengths and ameliorate the weaknesses.
Tonon, Margaret A. (Peggy), "Beauty and the Beast-Hybrid Prosecution Externships in a Non-Urban Setting" (2005). Faculty Law Review Articles. 45.