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|Title:||Critical thinking in legal education: Our journey|
|Citation:||Legal Education Review, 2013; 23(2):345-377|
|Publisher:||Centre for Legal Education|
|Gabrielle Appleby, Peter Burdon and Alexander Reilly|
|Abstract:||In early 2012, a group of colleagues in the University of Adelaide Law School formed a working group on critical thinking. The initial intention of the group was to discuss Margaret Thornton's recent book, Privatising the Public University: The Case of Law and to consider its applicability to our school. To facilitate this discussion, we held several 'reading groups' and the Law School hosted Thornton for a presentation and interactive workshop.|
|Keywords:||Critical thinking; Law--Study and teaching; Law schools--Curricula|
|Rights:||© Legal Education Review|
|Appears in Collections:||Law publications|
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