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Abstracts and papers are available below the programme:

Programme

Session 1: September 5th 13.45 - 15.15 Howard Bld Lec Rm

1A           Bone, A. (Brighton),Mike Molan (SBU) and Sarah Macdonald (BPP 
              'Dealing with academic misconduct'
1B           Ewelukwa, N. (SOAS)
              'Effectively addressing  the legal research and writing challenges of postgraduate law students: some suggestions'
1C           Child, J. (Oxford Brookes)
              'The structure of criminal offences: the importance of consistency    

Session 2: September 5th 15.45 - 17.15 Howard Bld Lec Rm

2A           Hardee, M. (Consultant)
               'The law degree: up to the job?'
2B           Mytton, E. (Southampton Solent) Gale, C. (Bradford)
               'Prevailing issues in legal education'
2C           Sandford-Couch, C. (Northumbria)
              'A picture tells a thousand words: the role of visual culture in legal education'

Session 3 September 6th 09.00 - 10.30 Howard Bld Lec Rm

3A           Withey, C. (Greenwich)
               'Understanding Feedback'
3B           Cownie, F. (Keele)
               'Analysing legal Skills'
3C          Strevens, C. (Portsmouth)
               Legal Services: a comparison of fortunes - USA, UK, and Australia.    

Session 4 September 6th 13.30 - 15.00 Howard Bld Lec Rm

Invited discussant: Julian Webb
4A           Spencer, M. (Middlesex)
                The relationship between the state and the universities from Robins to Browne: why should legal educators care?
4B           Bradney, A.  (Keele)
                'The not  Browne Reforms and the Future of Legal Education'
4C           Duncan, N. (City) King, A. (The Law Society)
                 The legal education review and ethics in the undergraduate curriculum

Available Papers and Abstracts

Current Debates in Legal Education by Elizabeth Mytton.
"Using ‘Standardised Clients’ to assess Solicitors' Interviewing Skills: Accuracy and Reliability in the SRA's Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme" by Eileen Fry, Jenny Crewe, Richard Wakeford .
‘A picture tells a thousand words’: the role of visual culture in legal education. by Clare Sandford-Couch.
The State and the Universities: from Robbins to Browne. by Maureen Spencer.
Legal services – a comparison of fortunes – USA, UK and Australia by Caroline Strevens.
Legal services – a comparison of fortunes – USA, UK and Australia by Caroline Strevens, Susan J. Marsnik, and Elizabeth Lee.
Prevailing Issues in Legal Education by Mytton and Gale.
The Legal Education Review and Ethics in the Undergraduate Curriculum by Duncan&King.
The Not Browne reforms by Anthony Bradney.
The structure of criminal offences: the importance of consistency by J.Child.
Analysing Legal Skills by Fiona Cownie.
Dealing with academic misconduct by Bone&Macdonald&Mowlan.