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1.

Decentralizing and Reinvigorating Legal Education in Ethiopia

Posted: 09 Sep 2001
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affiliation not provided to SSRN
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Legal Education as a Tool for Institutional Change: A Third World Perspective

Posted: 09 Sep 2001
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affiliation not provided to SSRN
3.

Activism and Restraint. The Judiciary and the Two Other Powers in the Trias Politica

Posted: 14 Aug 2001
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Radboud University Nijmegen - Faculty of Law
4.

Selling Fragrances on the Internet: An E-Commerce Negotiation

Posted: 17 Jul 2001
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University of Warwick - School of Law, EDHEC Business School and University of Warwick - School of Law
6.

Implementing Iolis: Experiences of an Implementation Project in Six Law Schools

Posted: 17 Jul 2001
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University of Warwick - Law Courseware Consortium
7.

Technology Supported Learning: A Wolverhampton Study

Posted: 17 Jul 2001
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University of Wolverhampton - Law School
8.

The Nike Law School (or) Branding and its Discontents in Legal Education

W.G. Hart 2001 Legal Workshop
Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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Griffith University
9.

Legal Education in a Post-National World

W.G. Hart 2001 Legal Workshop
Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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University of Cambridge - Faculty of Law
10.

Electronic Induced Changes in the Geography of Learning

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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University of Warwick - School of Law
11.

Administrative Law: Not Just for Public Interest Lawyers Any More

W. G. Hart 2001 Legal Workshop, FSU College of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. #202
Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law
12.

Academic and Practitioner Views on Mooting

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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University of Reading and University of Reading
13.

The Value of Practice in Legal Education

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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Flinders University - School of Law and Flinders University - School of Law
14.

The Need for New Paradigms of Legal Education in the 21st Century

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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University of Abertay Dundee
15.

New Wine in Old Bottles: A Comparative Analysis of the Regulatory Framework of Legal Education in UK and South Africa

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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London Metropolitan University - Department of Law, Governance and International Relations (LGIR) and London Metropolitan University - Department of Law, Governance and International Relations (LGIR)
16.

Behavioral Analysis of Lawyering: Case Studies in Legal Decision-Making

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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affiliation not provided to SSRN
17.

The New Role of the French Judiciary

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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University of Angers - Institut d'histoire du temps présent (IHTP) and University of Angers - Institut d'histoire du temps présent (IHTP)
19.

Accountability and the University Law School

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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Leicester Law School
20.

Two Jobs, Two Lives and a Funeral; Home/Work Tensions and the Academic Life

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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Leicester Law School
21.

The Place of Philosophical and Sociological Approaches to Law in the Context of an Overall Reform of Legal Studies: The Italian Case

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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University of Milan - Faculty of Law and University of Milan
22.

Dangerous Memory: The Death and Silence of Judge Hwang Yun-Suk (1929-1961)

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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Long Island University - Brooklyn Campus - Sociology Department
23.

Is a Postmetaphysical Law School Possible and If so What Would it Be for?

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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London School of Economics - Law Department
24.

Teaching the Theory of the Lawyer-Client Relation: What to Do with the Lack of Consensus?

Posted: 03 Jul 2001
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University of Denver College of Law
25.

Women Solicitors in a Fractured Profession: Intersections of Gender and Professionalism

Posted: 29 Jun 2001
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Leeds Metropolitan University - Law School
26.

Accessing Quality?Legal Education and the Diversity Challenge

Posted: 29 Jun 2001
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York University - Osgoode Hall Law School
27.

Access to Justice and the Nature of Expert Knowledge

Posted: 29 Jun 2001
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Leeds Metropolitan University - Law School
28.

Transferable Stress ? Are We Too Close to Our Students?

Posted: 24 Jun 2001
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University College Northampton
29.

UK Higher Education Framework: Saved by Bologna?

Posted: 24 Jun 2001
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University College Northampton
30.

Commercial and Corporate Law - a Forum for Collaboration between Practitioners and Scholars

Posted: 22 Jun 2001
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University of Sussex School of Law
31.

Getting People: Or '...Issuing Downwards its Behests': Law Study, Legal Culture, and Black Letter Law

Posted: 22 Jun 2001
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University of Cambridge - Clare Hall
32.

From Advisers to Defenders: The Changing Role of Criminal Defence Lawyers and the Educational Implications

Posted: 22 Jun 2001
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University of the West of England (UWE) - Bristol Law School
33.

The European Influence on Legal Education and Training

Posted: 22 Jun 2001
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Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham, UK
34.

Sociological Research as a Collective Enterprise: The Example of Lawyers

Posted: 22 Jun 2001
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Cardiff University - Cardiff Law School
35.

Using Social Science Methods to Improve Lawyer-Client Communication

W.G. Hart 2001 Legal Workshop
Posted: 22 Jun 2001
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Georgia State University College of Law
36.

The Other Side of Brightness

Posted: 20 Jun 2001
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University of Cambridge - Corpus Christi College
37.

What Do Criminal Clients Think of Their Lawyers? And Does it Matter? The Empirical Contribution to the Debate

Posted: 18 Jun 2001
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University of London - Institute of Advanced Legal Studies
38.

The Fracturing Legal Profession: The Case of Plaintiffs' Personal Injury Lawyers

Posted: 18 Jun 2001
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University of Minnesota Law School
39.

Pro Bono Publico in England and Wales: The State of Play

W.G. Hart 2001 Legal Workshop
Posted: 18 Jun 2001
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City, University of London and University of Westminster - School of Law
40.

Lawyers in Conflict: Australian Legal Profession, Legal Aid and Access to Justice

Posted: 17 Jun 2001
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La Trobe Law School
41.

The Common Law Legacy and Access to Justice: Perceptions of Professionalism

Posted: 17 Jun 2001
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Middlesex University - Business School
42.

Creating Windows for Change Using Multimedia Flexible Learning Packages

Posted: 17 Jun 2001
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City University of Hong Kong (CityUHK) - School of Law
43.

Criticality, Critical Pedagogy and a Critical Legal Education

W.G. Hart 2001 Legal Workshop
Posted: 17 Jun 2001
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Bond University - School of Law
44.

Ending the Influence of the Nineteenth Century in American Legal Education

Posted: 17 Jun 2001
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affiliation not provided to SSRN
45.

The Construction of Public Interest Eu-Orientated European Lawyers

Posted: 17 Jun 2001
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University of Urbino
46.

Racing the Tournament: Black Lawyers in Corporate Law Firms

Posted: 16 Jun 2001
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Harvard University - Center on the Legal Profession
47.

What Law Students Think They Know About Elite Law Firms: Preliminary Results from a Survey of Third Year Law Students

Posted: 16 Jun 2001
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Harvard University - Center on the Legal Profession and Duke University School of Law
48.

The Role(S) of Pro Bono Publico in Legal Professionalism

W.G. Hart 2001 Legal Workshop
Posted: 15 Jun 2001
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City, University of London
49.

Why Global Law Firms Should Care About Diversity: Five Lessons from the American Experience

Posted: 13 Jun 2001
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Harvard University - Center on the Legal Profession