From their very first lectures, law students are told not to equate legal ethics with morality, to ignore emotional […]
In 1997, Gangland: cultural elites and the new generationalism dominated Australia’s book scene. Arguing that young people were under-represented in Australia’s mainstream media, subjected to ‘moral panics’ and increasingly demonised by the press, the book painted a picture of youth culture in crisis.
My purposes in this article are narrowed to two points : (i) a statement of the teaching of law subjects in Canadian Universities for purposes and aims other than those to which Dean Falconbridge has done full justice ; (ii) to outline the work with which I am most familiar, in the University of Toronto.
In the process of writing my PhD, I have stumbled upon the writings of WPM Kennedy, the former […]
The following is a review of my book by Edwin Montoya Zorrila from the blog, Notes From The […]
‘The Employer’s Voice’ Shaping Graduate Attributes: In the early 1990s, Australian universities were placed under increasing pressure from […]
Chapter 1: The Problem Since the early 2000s there have been warning signs of the ‘health of [Australia’s] […]
It’s becoming increasingly difficult as time progresses for humanity to have any connection to nature. And almost to […]