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VOLUME 17 2007 No 1&2

Previous Edition of the Review - 2007 Vol 17 No 1&2 (Full PDF)
 Foreword
 Terry Hutchinson

General Articles


The Law School, the Market and the New Knowledge Economy
Margaret Thornton

Abstract
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Thriving in the Legal Academy
Paula Baron

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Is Plagiarism Indicative of Prospective Legal Practice?
Lillian Corbin and Justin Carter

Abstract
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Why Teach ADR to Law Students? Part 2: An Empirical Survey
Tom Fisher, Judy Gutman and Erika Martens

Abstract
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Reflections on Legal Education and Philosophy: The Critical Role of Theory in Practice
John Zerilli

Abstract
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Putting Justice Back into Legal Education
Tamara Walsh

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Practice Articles


A Critique of the Assessment of Professions Skills
Anne Hewitt

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Deep Learning and 'Topical Issues' in Teaching Administrative Law
Michael Head

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