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VOLUME 14 2004 No 2

Previous Edition of the Review - 2004 Vol 14 No 2 (Full PDF)

               Editorial Note
               Lyndal Taylor

General Articles


Professional Responsibility in Practice: Advocacy in the Law School Curriculum
Judith Dickson & Susan Campbell

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


A Model for the Integration of Legal Research into Australian Undergraduate Law Curricula
Clare Cappa

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


Where to Now? The 2002 Australasian Research Skills Training Survey
Terry Hutchinson

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


[P]lucky Jane et al: Ideal Types in the Legal Academy?
John Carmichael

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


The Agency of Innovation: Subject Websites, their Perceived Value and Student Performance
Andrew Field

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


Reform of Professional Legal Education at the University of Hong Kong
Richard Wu

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII
 

Teaching Notes

Using Interactive Teaching Strategies in Large Lectures: Some Personal Reflections
Diana Henriss-Anderssen

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


Role Playing in Consumer Protection Law: The Market Day Project
Samantha Hardy

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


Crossing the Language and Culture Divide- The Challenges of Educating Asian Law Students in a Globalising World
Steven Freeland, Grace Li & Angus Young

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


The Journey of a Law Teacher
Peter Spiller

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII


Law School Teaching: Linking Learning with Law Practice
James K Eckmann

Abstract     Full text:   PDF     RTF     AustLII