Diana Knight

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University lectures are increasingly recorded or reproduced and made available to students online. This paper aggregates and critically reviews the associated literature, thematically organised in response to four questions. In response to the first question-does student attendance decrease when online content is made available-research indicates that(More)
Law is saturated with stories. People tell their stories to lawyers; lawyers re-tell their clients' stories to courts; legislators develop regulation to respond to their constituents' stories of injustice or inequality. This article describes an approach to fi rst-year legal education that respects this narrative tradition. In particular, it outlines the(More)
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