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This book is concerned with the preparation and use of printed teaching materials in law teaching. The underlying philosophy of the book is that teaching materials can provide a venue for independent learning, and enable teachers to adopt a variety of classroom teaching methods which stimulate active student learning. The broad aims of the book are twofold: to provide law teachers with a way of thinking about appropriate ways of developing and using printed teaching materials; and to provide practical examples of the ways in which law teachers can develop printed teaching materials to stimulate active learning. The book also includes a set of materials which illustrate the principles developed in the book.