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VOLUME 23 (2013) No 1&2.

 Abstracts of the Latest publication of the Review - 2013 Vol 23 
No 1&2 -  can be accessed below.  To purchase
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GENERAL ISSUE No 1

Foreword
Nick James

Teaching Legal Ethics and Professionalism in a South Pacific Context
Carolyn Penfold
Abstract  

Invoking Cultural Awareness Through Teaching Indigenous Issues in Criminal Law and Procedure
Thalia Anthony and Melanie Schwartz
Abstract

Incorporating Indigenous Cultural Competency Through the Broader Law Curriculum
Asmi Wood
Abstract


A New Legal Ethics Education Paradigm: Culture and Values in International Arbitration
Magdalene D'Silva
Abstract


Equipping Students for the Real World: Using a Scaffolded Experiential Approach to Teach the Skill of Legal Drafting
Tammy Johnson and Francina Cantatore
Abstract


Transition from Legal Education to Practice: Extra-Curricular Competitions offer the Missing Link
Madeleine Fraser, Joanna MacKenzie, David Wiesbrot and Wesley Tan
Abstract

Matched versus Episodic Mentoring: The Processes and Outcomes for Law School Students Engaged in Professional Mentoring
Eileen S Johnson, Amy Timmer, Dawn E Chandler and Charles R Toy
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Reading Law: Motivating Digital Natives to ‘Do the Reading’
Liesel Spencer and Elen Seymour
Abstract

E-Learning in Australian Law Schools
Stephen Colbran and Anthony Gilding
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SPECIAL ISSUE No 2

The Past, Present and Future of Critical Legal Education
in Australia

Foreword
Mary Heath & Peter Burdon

‘Selling the Dream’: Law School Branding and the Illusion of Choice
Margaret Thornton and Lucinda Shannon
Abstract

A Dangerous Cult: Response to ‘The Effect of the Market on Legal Education’
Paula Baron
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Audit Culture: Why Law Journals are Ranked and What Impact This Has on the Discipline of Law Today
Kathy Bowrey
Abstract

They Make a Desert and Call it Peace
Frank Carrigan
Abstract

Critical Thinking in Legal Education: Our Journey
Gabrielle Appleby, Peter Burdon and Alexander Reilly
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Academic Resistance to the Neoliberal University
Marry Heath and Peter D Burdon
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