The Lord Upjohn Lectures and legla education / Chris Ashford, Nigel Duncan and Jessica Guth -- 2. 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. -- 3. Forty-first Lord Upjohn Lecture 2012 : reforming legal education / Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury -- 4. Response : A tale of two cities: reflecting on Lord Neuberger's 'reforming legal education' / Julian Webb -- 5. Fortieth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2011 : widening participation in a changing educational landscape / Wes Streeting -- 6. Response : transformation by education / Graeme Broadbent -- 7. Thirty-ninth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2010 : training the lawyers of the future, a regulator's view / David Edmonds -- 8. Response : of competence, confidnece and the last chance saloon / Stephen Mayson -- 9. Twenty-ninth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2000 : the education, the justice system requires today / Lord Woolf C.J. -- 10. Response : education in times of developing law and civil procedure / Hon. Sir Vivian Ramsey -- 11. Fourth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1974 : fact-finding: art or science? / Lord Justice Ormrod -- 12. Response : preparation for practice: developing effective advocates in a changing world of adversarial civil justice / Nigel Duncan -- 13. Thirty-eighth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2009 : the student contract / Baroness Ruth Deech D.B.E. -- 14. Response : changing terms: a response to Professor Deech / Rebecca Huxley-Binns -- 15. Sixth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1977 : the law as taught and the law as practised / Hon. Sir Robert Goff -- 16. Response : how well are we moving forward in the teaching v practice debate in law? / Susan Blake -- 17. Tenth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1980 : legal education and the need of the legal profession / Sir Frederick Lawton P.C. -- 18. Response : the needs of the legal profession and the liberal law school: (re)negotiating boundaries / Chris Ashford -- 19. 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. -- 20. Response : from gavotte to techno, but the dance goes on / John Hodgson -- 21. Eleventh Lord Upjohn Lecture 1981 : the teaching of the law and politics / J.A.G. Griffith -- 22. Response : but it still goes on: the teaching of law and politics in 2015 / Anthony Bradney -- 23. Twenty-fifth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1996 : the integration of teaching and research in the law department / Dawn Oliver Q.C. -- 24. Response : fostering curiosity: the importance of research and teaching in law schools / Jessica Guth.
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chapter 1 The Lord Upjohn Lectures and Legal Education chapter 2 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. chapter 3 Forty-first Lord Upjohn Lecture 2012: Reforming Legal Education chapter 4 Response: A Tale of Two Cities: Reflecting on Lord Neuberger's 'Reforming Legal Education' / JULIAN WEBB chapter 5 Fortieth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2011: Widening Participation in a Changing Educational Landscape / WES STREETING chapter 6 Response: Transformation by Education / GRAEME BROADBENT chapter 7 Thirty-ninth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2010: Training the Lawyers of the Future - A Regulator's View / DAVID EDMONDS chapter 8 Response: Of Competence, Confidence and the Last Chance Saloon / STEPHEN MAYSON chapter 9 Twenty-ninth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2000: The Education, the Justice System Requires Today / LORD WOOLF C.J . chapter 10 Response: Education in Times of Developing Law and Civil Procedure / HON. SIR VI VIAN RAMSEY chapter 11 Fourth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1974: Fact-finding: Art or Science? / LORD JUSTICE ORMROD chapter 12 Response: Preparation for Practice: Developing Eff ective Advocates in a Changing World of Adversarial Civil Justice / NIGEL DUNCAN chapter 13 Thirty-eighth Lord Upjohn Lecture 2009: The Student Contract / BARONESS RUTH DEECH D.B.E . chapter 14 Response: Changing Terms: A Response to Professor Deech / REBECCA HUXLEY-BINNS chapter 15 Sixth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1977: The Law as Taught and the Law as Practised / HON. SIR ROBERT GOFF chapter 16 Response: How Well Are We Moving Forward in the Teaching v Practice Debate in Law? / SUSAN BLAKE chapter 17 Tenth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1980: Legal Education and the Needs of the Legal Profession / SIR FREDER ICK LAWTON P.C. chapter 18 Response: The Needs of the Legal Profession and the Liberal Law School: (Re)negotiating Boundaries chapter 19 Twenty-second Lord Upjohn Lecture 1993: The Lord Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Legal Education and the Legal Profession chapter 20 Response: From Gavotte to Techno - But the Dance Goes On / JOHN HODGSON chapter 21 Eleventh Lord Upjohn Lecture 1981: The Teaching of the Law and Politics chapter 22 Response: But It Still Goes On: The Teaching of Law and Politics in 2015 / ANTHONY BRADNEY chapter 23 Twenty-fifth Lord Upjohn Lecture 1996: The Integration of Teaching and Research in the Law Department / DAWN OLI VER Q.C. chapter 24 Response: Fostering Curiosity: The Importance of Research and Teaching in Law Schools / JESSICA GUTH.