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Volume 7, Number 3, 1 November 2000
Theory in Legal Education

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Theory in legal education
pp. 163-163(1)
Author: Hepple, Bob

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Theory in legal education
pp. 165-177(13)
Authors: Sherr, Avrom; Sugarman, David

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Pandora’s box: jurisprudence in legal education
pp. 179-187(9)
Author: Cotterrell, Roger

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Law, theory and practice: conflicting perspectives?
pp. 205-223(19)
Author: Halpin, Andrew

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The importance of theory in law teaching
pp. 225-238(14)
Author: Cownie, Fiona

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Theory and practice in professional legal education
pp. 239-259(21)
Author: Jones, P. A.

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From theory of practice into practice
pp. 261-272(12)
Author: Hillyer, Joy

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Families and violence: making difference(s) visible
pp. 273-285(13)
Authors: Mytton, Elizabeth; Webley, Lisa

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The claims and challenges of computers in learning the law
pp. 287-305(19)
Authors: Jones, Richard; Randall, Kas

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An educational ambition for ‘law and literature’
pp. 343-355(13)
Author: Bradney, A.

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