An important collection examining how socio-legal studies and empirical legal research can be integrated into the law curriculum, looking at both core qualifying subjects and stand-alone socio-legal modules, and considering theoretical and methodological approaches combined with practical examples.
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Themes, Challenges and Overcoming Barriers; C.Hunter PART I: DEVELOPING MODULES AND ASSESSMENT Socio-legal Studies Module: the Bristol Experience; M.McDermont, B.Morgan & D.Cowan Applied Research Methods and Law Reform: the Leeds Experience; P.Vincent-Jones& S.Blandy Innovations in Assessment: Family Law at Sheffield; P.Russell PART II: SOCIO-LEGAL STUDIES IN THE FOUNDATION SUBJECTS Property Law and Equity; R.Auchmuty Contract Law; L.Mulcahy & S.Wheeler Tort Law; K.Devine Public Law; S.Halliday Criminal Law; M.Weait EU Law; C.O'Brien.
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