part PART A Context and concepts chapter 1 Celebrating the difference: aU.S. educator's perspective on legal education under the civil and common law / PHILIP M. GENTY chapter 2 Experiential learning from the continental viewpoint: if the cap fits. / CRISTINA AMATO chapter 3 Experiential learning: just for 'common lawyers' - really? / RICHARD GRIMES AND ANNE-LISE SIBONY part PART B Content and careers chapter 4 Re-thinking the learning and teaching chapter 5 Ethics and professional responsibility chapter 6 Regulation and jobs - universities, the legal profession and other employers Part 1 - Of tribes and territories - an employer chapter 7 Assessment in legal education: qualification or Quantification? / JENNY GIBBONS part PART C Countries and cases: examples of re-thinking chapter 8 The birth, growth and reproduction of clinical legal education in Spain / PILAR FERNÁNDEZ-ARTIACH, JOSÉ GARCÍA-AÑÓN chapter 9 Re-thinking legal education in Central and Eastern Europe chapter 10 The same but different: what can we learn from Canadian attitudes to legal education? / SUE PRINCE chapter 11 The civil law tradition. but with clinics - a case study from Chile / JUAN P. BECA chapter 12 Making a real change: legal education in Nigeria - partly re-imagined? / ERNEST OJUKWU chapter 13 A reform agenda for Indian legal education / SHUVRO PROSUN SARKER chapter 14 Beyond the boom: prospects for Australian legal education / JEFF GIDDINGS chapter 15 Re-thinking at the sharp end - examples of experiential teaching and learning practice chapter Final words / RICHARD GRIMES.