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Comparison, Self-Direction and Creativity: Contextualising Public Law
  • Danielle Ireland-Piper, Bond University
The study of law can be technical and dry. Law is often taught in a didactic manner that focuses upon complex legal rules, doctrine and theories in isolation form the law’s social, cultural and political contexts. Law teachers often employ orthodox, conservative teaching methods such as didactic lectures and the prescribing of large quantities of reading. Consequently, the level of engagement by law students in their studies can be rather low, and many students are extrinsically, rather then intrinsically, motivates.
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Danielle Ireland-Piper. "Comparison, Self-Direction and Creativity: Contextualising Public Law" (2015)
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