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GENERAL ISSUE No 1

Foreword
Michelle Sanson

Before Competition and Beyond Complacency - the Internationalisation of Legal Education in Australia
Vai Io Lo
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Contextualising Program Outcomes for Pacific Island Law Graduates
Carolyn Penfold
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Law Students' Motivations, Expectations and Levels of Psychological Distress: Evidence of Connections
Wendy Larcombe, Ian Malkin and Pip Nicholson
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How to Develop Law Students' Critical Awareness? Change the Language of Legal Education
Lucy Maxwell
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Desperately Seeking ... Relevant Assessment? A Case Study on the Potential for Using Online Simulated Group Based Learning to Create Sustainable Assessment Practices
Anneka Ferguson and Elizabeth Lee
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Is the Lecturer in the Room? A study of Student Satisfaction with Online Discussion in Practical Legal Training
Kristoffer Greaves and Julianne Lynch
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The Role of Legal Clinics in Leading Legal Education: The Model from the Middle East
Mutaz M. Qafisheh
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Leading Change in Legal Education: Interesting Ideas for Interesting Times
Penelope Watson
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SPECIAL ISSUE No 2

THE TEACHING-RESEARCH NEXUS IN LAW: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Foreword
Lynden Griggs

The Nexus Between Teaching and Research: Easier Said Than Done
Marinia Nehme
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An Experimental International Law Field School in the Sky: Learning Human Rights and Development in the Himilayas
Ben Saul and Irene Baghoomians
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Connecting Research and Teaching: A Case Study from the School of Law, University of Canberra
Sarah Ailwood, Patricia Easteal, Maree Sainsbury and Lorana Bartels
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