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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
"Community Without Propinquity" - Teaching Legal History Intercontinentally
Douglas Harris, John McLaren, W Wesley Pue, Simon Bronitt, and Ian Holloway
Legal Education in the Technology Revolution: The evolutionary nature of computer-assisted learning
Maree Chetwin and Cally Edgar
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