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CPLE releases library of previously unavailable legal education resources

Many of these works are of considerable historical significance, including:
Christopher Roper, Career Intentions of Australian Law Students (1995)
Gordon Joughin, A Framework for Teaching and Learning Law (1996)
Mark Wojcik, Introduction to Legal English: An Introduction to Legal Terminology, Reasoning, and Writing in Plain English (1998)
Phillip Jones, Competences, Learning Outcomes and Legal Education (1994)
William Duncan, Skills Training (1991)

Readapting Assessments in Response to COVID-19: Bond Law Perspective

There was a time when we as academics used to love debating about online exams, their nuances, pros and cons… The thought that we would ever depart from our comfortably set routine of traditional end-of-semester exams was limited to seminars and staff meetings… and then a one-in-a-hundred-year event jolted us into action. What was once an interesting option suddenly became the only viable way forward.

Maintaining Our Well-Being and Fitting Our Own Oxygen Masks First

Now more than ever it’s important that we maintain our own well-being. Much is being asked of us as legal educators. Our students are needing our support and we need to have capacity to be responsive to them – not only in terms of their learning as we move to online approaches, but also just generally. We are having to be adaptive and agile in adopting new ways of being legal academics.

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