43 Law Tchr. [i] (2009)

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THE LAW TEACHER
The International journal of Legal Education
Volume 43 Number 1 March 2009



CONTENTS


Editorial
Nigel Duncan

Articles
The student contract
Ruth Deech

Teaching legal ideals through jurisprudence
Seow Hon Tan                                                              14

Training lawyers for the sub-Saharan African market: what role
for academics? Perspectives from Kenya
Robert Machatha Kibugi                                                    37

Film and literature in the legal classroom
Mark Pawlowski and Sarah Greer                                            49

A bottom-up approach to developing LLB course outcomes
and an integrated curriculum
Normann Witzleb and Natalie Skead                                         62

Policy and Education Developments
All change please: lessons to learn from legal education reforms in Nigeria
Richard Grimes                                                            82

The review of the Bar Vocational Course
Valerie Shrimplin                                                         87

Book Reviews
Adam Kramer, Bewigged and bewildered?A guide to becoming
a barrister in England and Wales
Anna Zimdars                                                              91

Elizabeth Giussani, Constitutional and administrative law
Michael Rodney                                                            92

Gary Slapper, How the law works
Lucy Keating                                                              94

Vera Bermingham and Carol Brennan, Tort law directions
SukhwinderS. Chhokar                                                      96

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