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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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New Foundations in Legal Education

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ISBN13: 9781876213268
ISBN: 1876213264
Published: July 1998
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This book combines theoretical and practical information on the development and delivery of modern legal education. As such,it is a useful text for those interested and involved in the future of legal education as it explores specific topics such as staffing and managing a law school as well as curriculum issues. The text comprises four main parts. The first part focuses on the context of legal education,including a brief history, outline of the challenges to be faced and an exploration of the future of legal education. The second focuses on some of the practical impacts of legal education, the role of theory and future directions of legal curricula, whilst the third provides more specific material on the mechanics of establishing and maintaining a law school with a vision of the future. The final part focuses on the views and responses of members of the profession, including practitioners, and therefore provides a context for evaluation.

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Part 1 Tradition and Progress: Legal Education in Context
Part 2 Theory and Practice: Designing Legal Education
Part 3 New law Schools: The Future of Legal Education
Part 4 Debating Change: Practitioners Respond.