legal education

Introducing the Legal Research Hub

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.

Subject-related anxiety: As a Law teacher, how can I help?

Law students are likely experiencing many challenges at the moment. They or their loved ones might be suffering from COVID19 or they might be in a high-risk demographic or location. They may be recently unemployed or stranded far from support networks. They may have new responsibilities as they care for or home school family members… Naturally, I am wondering what I can do to assist my students during my next teaching semester.

Preparing to Teach Remotely (Part 1): Where Do I Begin?

PART 1 OF 4: The focus of many law teachers at the moment is upon successfully navigating the transition to remote delivery of teaching. For many of us, the challenge is a significant one: not only do we have to learn a new set of skills, we also have to have to find a way to provide our students with a personalised learning experience that is as engaging and rewarding as what they would have received if they were on campus… In this post I will share my own experience in addressing this challenge.

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)

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