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 27, Issue 1 (2017)
Special Topic 1 Articles: Legal Education Active Research Network
Special Topic 2 Articles: Animal Law Education
Measuring the Critical Thinking Skills of Law Students Using a Whole-of-Curriculum Approach
Nick James and Kelley Burton
The Student Experience in Second Year Programmes in New Zealand Law Schools
Lynne Taylor, Erik Brogt, Ursula Cheer, Natalie Baird, John Caldwell, and Debra Wilson
A Compulsory Dispute Resolution Capstone Subject: An Important Inclusion in a 21st Century Australian Law Curriculum
Rachael M. Field and Alpana Roy
Student Perspectives on Talking About Sexual Assault in Australian Law Classes
Special Topic 1: Articles
Active Learning in Law by Flipping the Classroom: An Enquiry into Effectiveness and Engagement
Kylie Burns, Mary Keyes, Therese Wilson, Joanne Stagg-Taylor, and Kate Van Doore
Special Topic 2: Articles
Animal Law Syllabus Design: A New Zealand Perspective
M.B. Rodriguez Ferrere
What Are We Trying to Achieve by Teaching Animal Law to Law Students?
Nick James and Rochelle James
Digesting Discourse: How Animal Law Facilitates High Quality Legal Education