Legal Education Review
The Review’s Mission
The Legal Education Review is an independent, open access, refereed Journal. Its objectives are (1) to encourage and disseminate within Australia & internationally high quality research into legal education and;(2) to inform and stimulate discussion, debate and experimentation on topics related to legal education. All articles are published under an Attribution Non Commercial No Derivatives Creative Commons Licence: CC-BY-NC-ND.
Call for Papers
Our schedule allows for rolling submissions, meaning we allow authors to submit their works throughout the year without regard to deadlines. We are currently accepting submissions.
Current Issue: Volume 26, Issue 1 (2016)
Using guiding principles to construct effective multiple choice exams to assess legal reasoning
Felicity Deane and Danielle Bozin
Bringing diplomacy into the classroom: Stimulating student engagement through a simulated treaty negotiation
Rebecca Byrnes and Peter Lawrence
Working the nexus: Teaching students to think, read and problem-solve like a lawyer
Kate Galloway, Mary Heath, Alex Steel, Anne Hewitt, Mark Israel, and Natalie Skead
Comparative perspectives on teaching foreign students in law: Pedagogical, substantive, logistical and conceptual challenges
Colin Picker, Lucas Lixinski, Alex Steel, and Dominic Fitzsimmons