Perspectives on legal education : contemporary responses to the Upjohn Lectures
|目次||The Lord Upjohn Lectures and legal education
Chris Ashford, Nigel Duncan and Jessica Guth
The Rt. Hon. Lord Upjohn, C.B.E., D.L. : honorary president of the Association of Law Teachers, 1966-1971 : an appreciation
Sir I. H. Jacob Q.C.
Forty-first Lord Upjohn Lecture 2012 : Reforming legal education
Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury
Response : A tale of two cities : reflecting on Lord Neuberger's 'Reforming legal education'
Fortieth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2011 : Widening participation in a changing educational landscape
Response : Transformation by education
Thirty-ninth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2010 : Training the lawyers of the future - a regulator's view
Response : Of competence, confidence and the last chance saloon
Twenty-ninth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2000 : The education, the justice system requires today
Lord Woolf C.J.
Response : Education in times of developing law and civil procedure
Hon. Sir Vivian Ramsey
Fourth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1974 : Fact-finding : art or science?
Lord Justice Ormrod
Response : Preparation for practice : developing effective advocates in a changing world of adversarial civil justice
Thirty-eighth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2009 : The student contract
Baroness Ruth Deech D. B. E.
Response : Changing terms : a response to Professor Deech
Rebecca Huxley- Binns
Sixth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1977 : The law as taught and the law as practised
Hon. Sir Robert Goff
Response : How well are we moving forward in the teaching v practice debate in law?
Tenth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1980 : Legal education and the needs of the legal profession
Sir Frederick Lawton P.C.
Response : The needs of the legal profession and the liberal law school : (re)negotiating boundaries
Twenty-second Lord Upjohn Lecture 1993 : The Lord Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Legal Education and the Legal Profession
Lord Griffiths of Govilon M.C.
Response : From Gavotte to Techno - but the dance goes on
Eleventh Lord Upjohn Lecture 1981 : The teaching of the law and politics
J. A. G. Griffith
Response : But it still goes on : the teaching of law and politics in 2015
Twenty-fifth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1996 : The integration of teaching and research in the law department
Dawn Oliver Q.C.
Response : Fostering curiosity : the importance of research and teaching in law schools
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