''Quality'' in the Bologna Process: from ''competitive edge'' to quality assurance techniques
Assuring quality and standards in globalised higher education
Bologna—how far have we got
British Higher Education and the Bologna Process: An Interim Assessment1
Building a European-Oriented Law Curriculum
CCBE recommendations on Training Outcomes for European Lawyers
Competence across Europe: highest common factor or lowest common denominator?
Enhancing training for lawyers in an ever closer Europe from the perspective of the Austrian Bar Association
European Legal Education, or: how to prepare students for global citizenship
From Voluntary Participation to Monitored Coordination: why European countries feel increasingly bound by their commitment to the Bologna Process
Higher education admissions and student mobility: the ADMIT research project
Lawyers: A Destablized Profesional Labor Market/ Les avocats, un marche professionnel destablise
Legal Developments and Problems of the Bologna Process within the European Higher Education Area and European Integration
Legal education and Bologna: a British perspective
Liberalisation of Legal Services in Europe: Progress and Prospects
Presentation “commission darrois” report
Professional Education, global professional service firms and professional work in Europe: the case of law
Qualifications Frameworks: the avenue towards the convergence of European higher education?
Reflecting on the Bologna Outcome Space: some pitfalls to avoid? Exploring Universities in Sweden and the Netherlands
Regulation and Competition in the Legal Profession: Developments in the EU and China
The Bologna Process and its Impact in Europe: It''s So Much More Than Degree Changes
The Bologna Process: From a European Law Perspective
The consequences of European unification for legal education in the member states
The Future of the Bologna Process - The Bologna Process of the Future
The General Concept of Benchmarking and its Application in Higher Education in Europe
The internationalization of law and legal education
The Open Method of Coordination: A New Governance Architecture for the European Union?
The US Response to Bologna: expanding knowledge, first steps of convergence
Towards Better Regulation of the Legal Professions in the European Union