Alex Steel (from the Smart Casual team) on the New Legal Realism blog.
Legal education is a topic of much concern for NLR scholars, as can be seen in the first book of the recent NLR volume set published by Cambridge University Press. During the academic year 2017-2018, we plan to feature blog posts on legal education research. We begin with a guest blog from Professor Alex Steel, who educates those of us outside of Australia on the cutting-edge efforts there, based in part on survey research. As he points out, Australia has been a leader in legal educational reform based on empirical efforts — and as such has much to teach those of us engaged in the legal academy in the U.S. as well as other parts of the world. We hope in the months ahead to share research on legal education from many disciplinary and global perspectives, following the NLR tradition.
Smart Casual: online professional development for adjunct colleagues
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