47 Law Tchr. [i] (2013)

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THE LAW TEACHER
The International journal of Legal Education
Volume 47 Number 1 March 2013



CONTENTS


Editorial
Nigel Duncan                                                                1

Articles
Lord Upjohn Lecture 2012: Reforming legal education
Lord Neuberger ofAbbotsbury                                                 4

Teaching Islamic law in opposing jurisdictions: UK and Nigeria
Mamman Lawan                                                               18

Collaborating with students as co-authors
Wendy B. Davis                                                            32

Great expectations? Law schools, websites and the student experience
Graeme Broadbent and Pamela Sellman                                       44

Enhancing the QLD: internationalisation and employability: the benefits
of Erasmus Intensive Programmes
Cherry James                                                              64

Law teaching: a true vocation or mere prostration?
Gail Kotzd and Sarah J. Gravett                                           83

Policy and Education Developments
Edited by Richard Owen

KIS and tell
Graeme Broadbent and Pamela Sellman                                       97

Legal Developments
Edited by Jessica Guth

Calculating the cost of cohabitation: a consideration of Gow vGrant
(Scotland) [2012] UKSC 29
Rebecca J. Kelly                                                         102

Learning Resources Reviews
Edited by Chris Ashford

Richard Card, Card, Cross & Jones: Criminal Law
Janet Loveless, Criminal Law: Text, Cases, and Materials

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