Networking supports legal education
Galloway, Kate (2012) Networking supports legal education. Campus Review, 2012 (May). pp. 1-2.
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[Extract] In the nearly 10 years since Johnstone and Vignaendra (2003) published their report on learning outcomes and curriculum development in law, there is certainly evidence of change in the Australian law curriculum.
It is arguable, however, that overall there still remains a disciplinary focus on content and more traditional assessment, bounded by the so-called "Priestley 11" – the core subjects mandated as part of an accredited law degree. In the context of development of the Discipline Standards for Law (Kift, Israel and Field, 2010) it transpired that there is in fact a much broader view than the Priestleys of what is the essence of a law degree, and one that is shared by the profession, academics and the student body.
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