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VOLUME 24 (2014)

 Abstracts of the Latest publication of the Review - 2014 Vol 24 
can be accessed below.  To purchase
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Foreword
Nick James

Educating Law Students for Rural and Regional Legal Practice: Embedding Place Consciousness in Law Curricula
Amanda Kennedy and Jennifer Nielsen
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Understanding the Power of Law: Engaging Students in Criminal Law Casework
Heather Douglas and Monica Taylor
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Barriers to Entry into Law School: An Examination of Socio-Economic and Indigenous Disadvantage
Angela Melville
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Thinking like a Lawyer Ethically: Narrative Intelligence and Emotion
Lesley Townsley
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Employer Perspectives on Essential Knowledge, Skills and Attributes for Law Graduates to Work in a Global Context
Duncan Bentley and Joan Squelch
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Lawyers’ Communication in the South Pacific Context: How ‘Generic’ are Generic Skills?
Carolyn Penfold
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Why and How to Internationalise Law Curriculum Content
Tihomir Mijatov
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Identifying Teaching and Learning Opportunities within Professional Relationships between Clinic Supervisors
Susannah Sage-Jaconson and Tania Leiman
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Judging the Quality of Legal Research: A Qualified Response to the Demand for Greater Methodological Rigour
Theunis Roux
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Towards Growth and Sustainability: The Institutional and Disciplinary Dynamics of Post Graduate Law Research Networks
Felicity Bell, Rita Shackel and Linda Steele
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