The idea: a platform for academics and legal professionals to discuss topical legal issues and share their respective insights, and offering opportunities to showcase current legal research. The format: a peer-reviewed online publication, and a podcast series with legal experts. From these aspirations, the Legal Research Hub was born.
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)