(Re)Evaluating values: A response to Burridge and Webb
14-19 Curriculum and Qualifications Reform. Final Report of the Working Group on 14-19 Reform
2012 HEFCE student numbers: impact on admissions
A capability approach to assessing skills on the LPC: a strategy for developing effective future performance
A Good Start, but not Quite
A Handbook of Reflective and Experiential Learning: Theory and Practice
A Joint Statement issued by the Law Society and the General Council of the Bar on the Completion of the Initial or Academic Stage of Training by Obtaining an Undergraduate Degree
A Legal Education Renaissance: A Practical Approach for the Twenty-First Century, A
A reflection on the education of the ‘critical person’
Academic tribes and territories: intellectual enquiry and the cultures of disciplines
Accommodated Test-Taker Trends and Performance for the June 2007 Through February 2012 LSAT Administrations.
Affect and Legal Education: Emotion in Learning and Teaching the Law.
After Dark and Out in the Cold: Part-time Law Students and the Myth of ‘Equivalency’
Alice''s Adeventures in Wonderland: Preliminary Reflections on the History of the Split English Legal Profession and the Fusion Debate (1000-1900 AD)
Alternative values in legal education
America on the Edge: Henry Giroux on Politics, Culture, and Education.
An examination of the incidence of error variation in the grading of law assessments
Assessment Standards: A Manifesto for Change
Authentic Fictions: Simulation, Professionalism and Legal Learning
Authority, Education and Emancipation
Authority, Responsibility and Education
Bachelor of Laws: Learning and Teaching Academic Standards Statement
Bar Course Aptitude Test (BCAT) Consultation
Bar Examinations and Cram Schools in Germany Germany
Benchmarking Education Standards
Best Practices for Legal Education
Beyond black-letterism: ethics in law and legal education
Beyond the Big Test: Noncognitive Assessment in Higher Education
Blackstone''s Tower: The English Law School
BSB, Aptitude Test Consultation
Cambridge Law Test.
Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice
Challenges for the Legal Education and Training Review
Competences, Learning Outcomes and Legal Education
Compulsory Subjects: Will the Seven Foundations Ever Crumble
Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Cultures of Commitment: Pro Bono for Lawyers and Law Students.
Disciplinary Shaping of the Profession
Education and Training: Its Role in Regulation?
Educationalization as an Ongoing Modernization Process
Educationalization: On the Appropriateness of Asking Educational Institutions to Solve Social and Economic Problems
Effective Learning and Teaching in Law
Elite values in twenty first century, United Kingdom law schools
English Perspectives on Quality: The Client-Led Model of Quality--A Third Way
Ensuring Successful Assessment
Ethics for lawyers or ethics for citizens? New directions for legal education
European Legal Education: The Maastrict Experience
Evaluating a national curriculum reform
Evaluation of the first year of PRIME
Evaluation of use of Aptitude Tests for entry to the Legal Practice Course
Executive Summary Tuning Legal Studies in Europe: Initial Findings
Failing Law Schools
Final Report - Identification, Development and Validation of Predictors for Successful Lawyering
Final Report on Law Publishing and Legal Scholarship
First Report on Legal Education and Training [ACLEC Report]
Globalization and Legal Theory
History in a national curriculum: imagining the nation at the end of the 20th century
Institutionalizing public service in law school: Results on the impact of mandatory pro bono programs
Juris Doctor.com: Are Full-Time Internet Law Schools the Beginning of the End for Traditional Legal Education
Kaplan LNAT: National Admissions Test for Law
Knowledge and Control: New Directions for the Sociology of Education
Law Diploma College MASS
Law schools and law students
Learning Outcomes and Competences
Learning the law business
Legal education and training in England and Wales: back to the future?
Legal Education and Training in Hong Kong: Preliminary Review
Legal education as vocational preparation? Perspectives of newly qualified solicitors
Legal Education in Asia: Globalization, Change and Contexts – In Review
Legal Education in Germany Today
Legal Education in Germany:becoming a Lawyer, Judge, and Professor
Legal Education in the Global Context Challenges from Globalization, Technology and Changes in Government Regulation
Legal Education in the Global Context: Challenges from Globalization, Technology and Changes in Government Regulation
Legal Education, Globalization, and Cultures of Professional Practice
Legal Transplants and Legal Downloads
LETR Briefing Paper 3/2012. Provocations and Perspectives
Literature Reviews of, and for, Educational Research: A Commentary on Boote and Beile''s "Scholars before Researchers"
LNAT: The national admissions test for law
Making Law Students Client-Ready: A New Model in legal Education
New Hampshire’s performance-based variant of the bar examination: the Daniel Webster Scholar Honors Program moves beyond the pilot phase
New Hampshire’s performance-based variant of the Bar Examination: The Daniel Webster Scholar Program.
Of Blackstone''s tower: metaphors of distance and histories of English law schools
Open schools, open society?
Outline of a general theory of professional competences
Passing the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT)
Perceptions of Criminal Advocacy
Pericles and the Plumber
Portfolio-based learning and assessment
Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice
Postmodern professions? The fragmentation of legal education and the legal profession
Practise & Pass: LNAT
Predicting law school academic performance from LSAT scores and undergraduate grade point averages: A comprehensive study
Problem-based learning in a new law school
Professional Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice
Professional Practices: Commitment and Capability in a Changing Environment
Professional skills in the Diploma in Legal Practice: A fresh approach. Report to Law Society of Scotland
Professionalism as Bar Politics: The Making of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct
Professionalism in legal education
Professionalism under the Legal Services Act 2007
Quality Assurance and the Market
Rediscovering learning: Acquiring expertise in real world problem-solving tasks
Reflections on the Ormrod Committee Report
Reforming Legal Education
Reforming Legal Education to Prepare Law Students Optimally for Real-World Practice
Report of the Committee on Legal Education
Research as a Basis for Teaching: Readings from the Work of Lawrence Stenhouse
Rethinking Academic Requirements for Admission
Schooling and the Struggle for Public Life: Critical Pedagogy in the Modern Age
Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation
Some Positive News about Depression
Space, time and (e)motions of learning
Standard Setting: A Guide to Establishing and Evaluating Performance Standards on Tests
Students and Qualifications
Teachers as Intellectuals: Toward a Critical Pedagogy of Learning
Teaching professionalism in context: insights from students, clients, adversaries and judges
Testing Multiple Intelligences: Comparing Evaluation by Simulation and Written Exam
The Bar Council Continuing Professional Development Scheme.
The Hidden Curriculum
The impact of entrepreneurship education on entrepreneurship skills and motivation
The importance of theory in law teaching
The legal profession in England and Wales
The LSAT, Law School Exams, and Meritocracy: The Surprising and Undertheorized Role of Test-Taking Speed
The New Japanese Law Schools: Putting the Professional into Legal Education
The Ormrod Report: a Canadian reaction
The Performance of Repeat Test Takers on the Law School Admission Test: 2003–2004 Through 2009–2010 Testing Years.
The Philosophy of Expertise
The Power of Skills Training: A Study of Lawyering Skills Grades as the Strongest Predictor of Law School Success (Or In Other Words, It''s Time For Legal Education to Get Serious About Skills Training If We Care About How Our Students Learn)
The Relation of Theory to Practice
The Sociology of Professional Groups: New Directions
The Structure of Legal Education and the Legal Profession, Multidisciplinary Practice, Competition, and Globalization
The Tragedy of Japanese Legal Education: Japanese American Law Schools
The underestimated significance of practitioner knowledge in the scholarship on student success
The values of common law legal education: rethinking rules, responsibilities, relationships and roles in the law school
Thinking about Law Schools: Rutland Reviewed
Towards an uncertain politics of professionalism: teacher and nurse identities in flux
Transforming the external experience: collaboration and external examining
Two questions for law schools about the future boundaries of the legal profession
What is the “Q” for?
What the Student Does: teaching for enhanced learning
When Law Students Read Cases: Exploring Relations Between Professional Legal Reasoning Roles and Problem Detection
Where Science meets Law – Report of a Review of the Education, Training and Examinations for the Chartered Institute of Patent Agents and the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys
Writing and Using Learning Outcomes: a Practical Guide
Writing at university
‘You are here’: learning law, practice and professionalism in the Academy