Issue Title
2009: Faculty Scholarship Fitness for Purpose: Mandatory Continuing Legal Ethics Education for Lawyers Abstract
Richard Devlin, Jocelyn Downie
2013: Faculty Scholarship The Case for the Federation of Law Societies Rejecting Trinity Western University's Proposed Law Degree Program Abstract  SSRN
Elaine Craig
1997: Faculty Scholarship A Case for Compulsory Legal Ethics Education in Canadian Law Schools Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
2007: Faculty Scholarship Taking Responsibility: Mandatory Legal Ethics in Canadian Law Schools Abstract  SSRN
Richard Devlin, Jocelyn Downie
2014: Faculty Scholarship TWU Law: A Reply to Proponents of Approval Abstract  SSRN
Elaine Craig
2015: Faculty Scholarship "Scholarship as Activism" Chapter 29 in The Unbounded Level of the Mind: Rod MacDonald's Legal Imagination Abstract  Novanet
Kim Brooks
2009: Faculty Scholarship Teaching Canadian Labour and Employment Law in the Globalized New Economy: Ruminations of an Aging Neophyte Abstract  SSRN
Bruce Archibald
2009: Faculty Scholarship Response to the Consultation Paper of the Task Force on the Canadian Common Law Degree of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada, Canadian Association of Law Teachers/Canadian Law and Society Association Abstract  SSRM
Richard Devlin
2015: Faculty Scholarship A Retrospective on the Contributions of Neil Brooks: So Far Abstract  SSRN
Kim Brooks
2014: Faculty Scholarship The World Needs More Rod Macdonald: The Potential of Big Ideas Abstract  SSRN
Kim Brooks
2015: Faculty Scholarship Teaching 'Public Interest Vocationalism': Law as a Case Study Abstract  SSRN
Jocelyn Downie, Richard Devlin
2007: Faculty Scholarship Doing Contract Theory in First Year Law School: The Iceberg Method Abstract  SSRN
Richard Devlin
2013: Faculty Scholarship A Community of Procedure Scholars: Teaching Procedure and the Legal Academy Abstract  SSRN
Camille Cameron
2008: Faculty Scholarship Mandatory Legal Education is a Step in the Right Direction Abstract  SSRN
Richard Devlin, Jocelyn Downie
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