CHING, J., 2010. ‘I intend to do very well in it’: the road(s) to competence. Nottingham Law Journal, 19 (1), pp. 22-41.
The Judge and the Jedi: Language, Legal Power and Legal Learning by Jane Ching. The inaugural lecture of Professor Jane Ching, Director of the Centre for Legal Education.
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
CHING, J., TWYCROSS, H., HOMEWOOD, M.J. and JARMAN, J., 2014. Client interviewing in diverse contexts: its global implications ., Global Legal Skills-9, John Marshall Law School Chicago/University of Verona, 21-23 May 2014. In: Global Legal Skills-9, John Marshall Law School Chicago/University of Verona, 21-23 May 2014
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 […]
EDWARDS, H. and ROBSON, J., 2013. Do pride and prejudice stand in the way of persuasion? Embracing other disciplines for the advancement of advocacy teaching., Association of Law Teachers: 48th Annual Conference: All Consuming Legal Education, Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham, 24-26 March 2013. In: Association of Law Teachers: 48th Annual Conference: All Consuming Legal Education, […]
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.
JARMAN, J., 2010. Review of the educational requirements of intellectual property litigators and advocates for IPREG. Research report for external body. IPREG
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 […]
This Newsletter summarises the Nottingham Law School’s 3rd Annual Learning and Teaching Conference on 8th June 2011. Andrea Nollent, Dean of the Law School, opened the event with a welcome and introduction about the nature of teaching and learning. After a general discussion, Andrea emphasis that in the current higher educational climate, it is not […]