Law school 'imposters' need allies not accomplices

Law school ‘impostors’ need allies not accomplices

Do a quick search of ‘impostor syndrome’. What did you find? What about ‘impostor syndrome in law school’? That …

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Are law students ‘wax to be moulded’ or active learners?: John Locke goes to law school

This is the second in a series of posts on theories of learning and teaching – specifically the concepts of formal or explicit curricula and informal, implicit or ‘hidden’ curriculum. 

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Are law students blank tablets?

This is the first of a series of posts on theories of learning and teaching – specifically the concepts of formal or explicit curricula and informal, implicit or ‘hidden’ curricula.  This post sets the scene and provides an overview of traditional theories of learning.

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