20 Law Tchr. 1 (1986)

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          Journal of the Association of Law Teachers



CONTENTS


ARTICLES
Central Questions in Legal Education
      Patricia Leighton and Leslie Sheinman

The Case for Critical Legal Education
                             Alan Hunt

Games Law Teachers Play
              Paul Bergman, A Yrom Sherr
                     and Roger Burridge

Excellent and Diversity: Admissions Policies
  in Law Schools
Nigel Duncan and Neil Wojciechowski-Kibble

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
Editor: Graham Stephenson

Cullet v. Centre Leclerc (E.E.C. Law]
Gillick v. Norfolk & Wisbech A.H.A.
  [Family Law]

BOOK REVIEWS
Editor: Nick Johnson

Bailey & Ors.: Civil Liberties: Cases &
  Materials (2nd ed.)
Barrell & Partington: Teachers & The Law
  (6th ed.)
Beale & Ors.: Contract Cases & Materials
British Companies Legislation 1985


        British Master Tax Guide 1985-86
 3      British Tax Legislation 1985-86
        Farrar: Company Law
        James: Introduction to English Law (I Ith
10       ed.)
        Lopez-Rey: A Guide to U.N. Criminal Policy
        Mayson: A Practical Approach to Revenue
        Law (6th ed.)
21      Mayson & French: A Practical Approach to
         Company Law (2nd ed.)
         Parton: The Politics of Child Abuse
         Pennington: Company Law (5th ed.)
36      Perrins: Trade Union Law
        Rose: Employment Law
        Scanlan & Ryan: An tntroduction to
        Criminal Law
        Seago: Criminal Law (2nd ed.)
54      Sealy: Cases &  Materials in Company
         Law (3rd ed.)
55      Selwyn: Dictionary of Employment Law
        Selwyn: Law of Employment (5th ed.)
        Sweet & Maxwell: Companies Statutes
        Tax Rates & Tables 1985-86
        Thomas: Company Law for Accountants
        Tillotson: Contract Law in  Perspective
68        (2nd ed.)
       Upex: Rights of Pregnant Employees
M75     Van Ba  P & Bellis: International Trade Law &
65        Practice of the European Community
62      Wright & Carr: Labour Law (4th ed.)


Editorial Board:
General Editor: DA VID ROYALL, Department of Legal Studies, Coventry (Lanchester) Polytechnic, Priory
  Street, Coventry CVI SFB (Tel: 0203 24166)
Recent Developments Editor: GRAHAM STEPHENSON, School of Law. Lancashire Polytechnic, Robin
  House, Fylde Street, Preston PRI 7DP (Tel: 0772 22141)
Book Reviews Editor: NICK JOHNSON, Department of Law, Politics & Economics, Oxford Polytechnic,
  Headington, Oxford OX3 OBP (Tel: 0865 64777, Ext. 564)
Business Editor: MARIANNE GILES, Sunrise Cottage, Cop Street, Ash, near Canterbury, Kent CT3 ZDL
  (Tel: 0304 812644)

The Board wishes to make it clear that opinions expressed in the Journal do not necessarily reflect the views or
policy of the Committee of the Association of Law Teachers.

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