5 J. Int'l & Comp. L. [i] (2018)

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Journal of International and

          Comparative Law


Contemporary Issues in   Legal  Education

               ARTICLES


Contemporary Issues in Legal Education


Alan Reed and Elaine Hall


Creating a Gold Standard for Practical Legal Training in
  Common   Law Countries            Jack Burke and Hugh Zillmann
Navigating Troubled Seas: The Future of
  the Law School in the United Kingdom and
  the United States               Gemma  Davies andMargaret Woo
An Integrated Law Curriculum: Balancing Learning
  Experiences to Achieve a Range of Learning Outcomes Jonny Hall
Data Wombling: What Re-analysis of Naturally Occurring
   Student Data Can Tell Us about Courses, Student
   Performance and Access to the Legal
   Profession                         Cath Sylvester Rory O'Boyle
                                                 and Emma Hall
If We Could Instil Social Justice Values through
  Clinical Legal Education, Should We? Paul McKeown and Elaine Hall
The Fairness Project: Doing What We Can,
  Where We Are           Tina McKee, Rachel Anne Nir Jill Alexander,
                              Elisabeth Griffiths and Tamara Hervey
Understanding the Scope of Business Law Clinics:
  Perspectives from the United Kingdom,
  Israel and the United States     Victoria Roper, Elaine Campbell,
                 AssafBen-David, Dov Greenbaum and Jonathan Askin


Legal History and Student Involvement
  in the Assessment Process


Jonathan Bainbridge and
   Clare Sandford-Couch


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