CHING, J., 2015. ‘Favourable Variations’: Towards A Refreshed Approach For The Interviewing Classroom. Legal Education Review. Vol 25 (1 & 2), pp. 173-202. Available at: http://www.ler.edu.au/abstracts_archive.html
Convergence and fragmentation: legal research, legal informatics and legal education, Paul Maharg. Fragmentation and convergence are two discoursal lenses that have been used to view changes that have taken place in the domains of legal services, the legal profession, regulation and legal education. This paper argues that law schools need to engage with both processes as they are […]
Death masks and professional masks: community, values and ethics in legal education, Paul Maharg. This article is a case study of simulation as a way of learning values and ethics, an approach implemented curriculum-wide within a postgraduate, professional legal education programme in Scotland, called the Diploma in Legal Practice.
DENONCOURT, J., JARMAN, J., JOHNSON, N. and PALEY, E., 2016. Degree shows & displaying your creative work. Intellectual property notebook . Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University: Publications. ISBN 9780993111235 DENONCOURT, J., PALEY, E., JARMAN, J., JOHNSON, N., DAVISON, C. and CLARKE, P., 2015. The Nottingham intellectual property guide for creatives. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University: Publications. ISBN […]
EDWARDS, H. and ROBSON, J., 2014. How to commit the perfect crime – designing teaching materials which develop storytelling abilities in trainee advocates., Applied Legal Storytelling Conference, City University London, London, 22-24 July 2014. In: Applied Legal Storytelling Conference, City University London, London, 22-24 July 2014, London.
FERRIS, G., 2008. Engaging lawyers as teachers – the role of educational theory in design and delivery of legal courses., 43rd Annual Conference of the Association of Law Teachers: Engaging Law Teachers, Oxford, 16-18 March 2008. In: 43rd Annual Conference of the Association of Law Teachers: Engaging Law Teachers, Oxford, 16-18 March 2008, Oxford.
FERRIS, G., 2008. Of carts and horses – the relationship between legal theory and educational theory in the design of modules, and programmes in law., The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2008, London, 15-18 September 2008. In: The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference 2008, London, 15-18 September 2008, London.
FERRIS, G., 2008. There is nothing so practical as a good theory: the necessary role of legal theory in curriculum design., LILAC 2008: (Dis)integration…Designs on the Law Curriculum, Warwick, 3-4 January 2008. In: LILAC 2008: (Dis)integration…Designs on the Law Curriculum, Warwick, 3-4 January 2008, Warwick.
Homewood MJ, ‘Twitteryvision: Using Twitter Live Chat to Build Communities of Practice as a Legal Learning Tool’, Teaching Legal Education in the Digital Age (Routledge 2022) This paper analyses an action research project conducted by the author involving the use of Twitter for the purposes of providing real time, synchronous feedback on student understanding of […]
A group of 13 filled the meeting on 21st February with a stimulating discussion on oral skills (mooting, interviewing, advocacy, conference, negotiation, mediation, presentations). So much so that we didn’t get as far as discussion of assessment of such skills. The latter has now acquired a short slot at the teaching and learning event and […]