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The values of common law legal education reprised

Submitted by Nigel Duncan on Wed, 09/05/2012 - 08:54
Long title
The values of common law legal education reprised
Author(s)
Burridge, Roger
Webb, Julian
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Publication
The Law Teacher
Volume number
42
Issue number
3
Year
2008
First page number
263
Last page number
269
Country
United Kingdom
Abstract
This is one of seven articles collected into a Special Issue of the Law Teacher, published in 2008. The special issue constitutes a reprise of an article by Burridge and Webb, published in 2007, vol. 10, 1 Legal Ethics, pp 72-97 and a series of responses to the arguments presented in that article. It concludes with a response to those articles by Burridge and Webb.
This is a brief summary by Burridge and Webb of their original article (although you are advised to read the excellent original in Legal Ethics: 'The Values of Common Law Legal Education: Rethinking Rules, Responsibilities, Relationships and Roles in the Law School', (2007) 10 Legal Ethics p. 72).
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Published
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