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The future of Australian legal education : a collection
Author:
Lindgren, K.E. (Editor) ; Kunc, Francois (Editor) ; Coper, Michael (Editor) ; Australian Academy of Law ;
Edition:
4th Edition
Year:
2018
Format:
Book
Call No:
KL 130 F 1
Publisher:
Pyrmont, N.S.W.: Thomson Reuters (Professional) Australia
Keywords:
1. Why lawyers need a broad social education -- 2. The past is a different country -- 3. The Bowen Report: the overlooked influence on Australian legal education -- 4. Regulation admissions -- 5. Reflections on approaches to drafting regulatory standards -- 6. The CALD standards for Australian law schools -- 7. The Australian legal education sector: key metrics -- 8. The future of Australian legal education -- 9. Reaching your verdict: a vocational guide to whether or not to study law -- 10. Identifying students' drive as a compass to being a good lawyer -- 11. Good mental health as a component of the good lawyer -- 12. Preparing for the business of law, not the practice of law -- 13. Why prescriptive legal education demands critical perspectives -- 14. Business, law and regulation: a model for developing critical perspective -- 15. The case for change: keeping one's own counsel -- 16. Clinical legal experience and the benefits of practical training: student perspectives -- 17. Teaching statutory interpretation -- 18. Statutory interpretation and legal ethics: once and done or taught throughout the curriculum? -- 19. The role of legal history in Australian legal education -- 20. Embedding indigenous cultural competence -- 21. Can Australian lawyers of the future afford not to be internationalist? -- 22. The need for lawyers -- 23. New skills for new lawyers: responding to technology and practice developments -- 24. Keep calm and carry on: why the increasing automation of legal services should deepen and not diminish legal education -- 25. Exploring the use of artificial intelligence to improve law students' self-assessments -- 26. Flipping the chalk and talk with law students on and off line -- 27. Equity, diversity and inclusion through online learning -- 28. Fertile octogenarians in cyberspace -- 29. Teaching skills for future legal professionals -- 30. Four perspectives on the future of Australian legal education
ISBN/ISSN:
9780455241357
Notes:
A collection of papers that were presented at a conference under the title The Future of Australian Legal Education held at the Federal Court in Sydney from 11-13 August 2017. Conference was sponsored by the Australian Academy of Law and Thomson Reuters--Preface.
Includes bibliographical references.
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