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Criminal Cartel Conduct in Australia

In this article, Dr. Stephen van der Mye at Bond University discusses cartel conduct in Australia, detailing its definition, legal consequences, and recent examples. It emphasises the harmful impact of cartels on markets and consumers, and provides guidance for businesses to avoid engaging in such illegal activities.

Breaking the Silence (Part 1):  Understanding Social Anxiety in Law Students

Bond Law academic Melanie Jackson has teamed up with Cognitive Behavioural Expert and Therapist, Lisa Du Plessis, to improve understanding of social anxiety in law students. In the first of the series, this post highlights the difficulties that students with social anxiety face in higher education and the impact it has on student learning and student experience.

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One Checklist At A Time: Towards Simplifying Satellite Internet Access In Asia-Pacific

In an era where socio-economic progress depends upon reliable and widely available internet access, ensuring seamless connectivity has become essential. And for remote and underserved regions, satellite internet is the only reliable option. Unfortunately, navigating through the complex labyrinth of legalities and licensing procedures across multiple jurisdictions can be challenging. Enter the Internet Law Research Clinic (ILRC) at Bond University, spearheading a pivotal initiative. Their solution: a comprehensive checklist poised to revolutionise satellite-driven internet access in the Asia-Pacific.

Maximising Your Potential: A Look into the Student Experience and Opportunities of a Legal Research Clinic

Through participation in a legal research clinic, law students can expect to conduct advanced legal research on a wide range of real-world topics. The Internet Law Research Clinic at Bond University (ILRC), allows students to research legal issues related to internet law under the supervision of experienced researchers, lawyers, and academics.  

In this blog post, undergraduate law student Jean-Christophe Roberge shares his experience of working in the ILRC for two semesters.

Belonging In the Law Classroom: Rising to the Challenge of Creating a Place Where Every New Law Student Belongs

The CPLE brings to you a series of video presentations from the Professional Legal Education Conference 2022.

As part of the Wellness In Legal Education Stream, Dr Sarah Moulds presents Belonging in the Law Classroom: Rising to the Challenge of Creating a Place Where Every New Law Student Belongs.

Watch the video presentation by clicking the Read More tab below.

Gamification in Law School: Using Play to Enhance Learning

Gamification has been a buzzword in the education world for some time now, and with good reason. This approach to learning involves incorporating elements of play and game design into the classroom experience to engage and motivate learners. In recent years, gamification has become increasingly popular in higher education as a means of enhancing learner engagement and academic performance. This post explores how gamification can be used in law school teaching.

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What Beer Brewing Can Teach Law Students About ChatGPT

One of the greatest characteristics of artificial intelligence – as it currently stands – is its ability to impress us by being almost perfect. We are impressed by what we see and assume that perfection is just around the corner. But when it comes to AI, the step between impressively close to perfect, and actual perfection, is large indeed. To test ChatGPT’s abilities, Dan Svantesson puts it to the ‘beer making test’.

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Making Contracts More Understandable:  A New Frontier for Lawyers

For many lawyers, writing complex contracts that only the initiated can understand is a point of pride. But for the non-lawyers whose lives and finances are affected by these contracts, this can be a major problem. They may not be able to understand the contract and may not have the resources to hire a lawyer to interpret it for them. However, a new generation of legal thinkers and designers are challenging this status quo and working to make contracts more understandable and accessible to non-lawyers.

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