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GENERAL ISSUE No 1

Foreword
Michelle Sanson

The JD First Year Experience: Design Issues and Strategies
Wendy Larcombe and Ian Malkin
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The Emergence of the JD in the Australian Legal Education Marketplace and its Impact on Academic Standards
Donna Cooper, Sheryl Jackson, Rosalind Mason and Mary Toohey
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Reasoning From the Ground Up: Some Strategies for Teaching Theory to Law Students
Jonathan Crowe
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Education in the Field: A Case Study of Experiential Learning in International Law
Andrew Mitchell, Bruce Oswald, Tania Voon and Wendy Larcombe
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The Real Deal: Using Authentic Assessment to Promote Student Engagement in the First and Second Years of a Regional Law Program
Caroline Hart, Sara Hammer, Pauline Collins and Toni Chardon
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Shedding Light at the Coalface: The Use of Socio-Legal Material in Labour Law Teaching
Amanda Reilly
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SPECIAL ISSUE No 2

Foreword
Marie Jepson and Keith Mason

Changing our Thinking: Empirical Research on Law Student Wellbeing, Thinking Styles and the Law Curriculum
Molly Townes O’Brien, Stephen Tang and Kath Hall
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Implementing the Self-Management Threshold Learning Outcome for Law: Some Intentional Design Strategies from the Current Curriculum Toolbox
Anna Huggins, Sally Kift and Rachael Field
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Law Student Wellbeing: Benefits of Promoting Psychological Literacy and Self-Awareness Using Mindfulness, Strengths Theory and Emotional Intelligence
Colin James
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Approaches to Student Support in the First Year of Law School
Kate Galloway, Rachel Bradshaw, Neil Dunbar and Jamie Fellows
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Law Studies and Indigenous Students’ Wellbeing: Closing the (Many) Gap(s)
Asmi Wood
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Governing Depression in Australian Legal Education: Power, Psychology and Advanced Liberal Government
Matthew Ball
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