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VOLUME 19 2009 No 1&2

Previous Edition of the Review - 2009 Vol 19 No 1&2 (Full PDF)

 Foreword 
 Michelle Sanson

General Articles

Law Students' Attitudes to Education: Pointers to Depression in the Legal Academy and the Profession? 
Massimiliano Tani and Prue Vines

Abstract
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Beyond Mooting: Designing an Advocacy, Ethics and Values Matrix for the Law School Curriculum 
Bobbette Wolski

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Engaging with the World: Students of Comparative Law Write for Wikipedia

Normann Witzleb

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The Travails of Postgraduate Research in Law 
Arlie Loughman and Rita Shackel

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The Modification of Assessment Task Dimensions in Support of Student Progression in Legal Skills Development 
Claire Hughes

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Have we 'Pushed the Boat Out Too Far' in Providing Online Practical Legal Training? A Guide to Best Practices for Future Programs 
Gaye T Lansdell

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Assessing Reflection Skills in Law Using Criterion-Referenced Assessment
Kelley Burton and Judith McNamara

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The Relevance of the Social Sciences for Legal Education 
Timothy J Berard

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Mentoring First Year Distance Education Students in Taxation Studies
Fiona Martin, Kate Collier and Shirley Carlon

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Special Topic Issue - Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives in the Law Curriculum

International and Comparative Indigenous Rights Via Video Conferencing
Margaret Stephenson, Bradford Morse, Lindsay Robertson, Melissa Castan, David Yarrow and Ruth Thompson

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Indigenous Legal Issues, Indigenous Perspectives and Indigenous Law in the New Zealand LLB Curriculum 
Carwyn Jones

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Finding an Indigenous Perspective in Administrative Law

Alexander Reilly 

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Indigenous Property Matters: Embedding Indigenous Content and Perspectives in Real Property 
Nicole Graham

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