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Vol 10 1999 No 1

Previous Edition of the Review - 1999  Vol 10 No  1 (Full PDF)

            

 Articles

"Community Without Propinquity" - Teaching Legal History Intercontinentally
Douglas Harris, John McLauren, W Wesley Pue, Simon Bronitt & Ian Holloway

Abstract     Full text:   PDF   
  RTF     AustLII


A Circle Game: Issues in Australian Clinical Legal Education
Jeff Giddings

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


Stimulating Multilateral Treaty Making in the Teaching of International Law
Timothy LH McCormack & Gerry J Simpson

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


Packing Them in the Aisles: Making Use of Moots as Part of Course Delivery
Andrew Lynch

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                                                Teaching Note


Legal Education in the Technology Revolution: The evolutionary nature of computer-assisted learning

Maree Chetwin & Cally Edgar

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