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Critical Legal Thinking
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  • Kate Galloway, Bond University
  • Mary Heath, Flinders University
  • Anne Hewitt, University of Adelaide
  • Mark Israel, University of Western Australia
  • Natalie Skead, University of Western Australia
  • Alex Steel, University of New South Wales
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Galloway, K., Heath, M., Hewitt, A., Israel, M., Skead, N., & Steel, A. (2015). Critical Legal Thinking. The Smart Casual Professional Development Modules. Retrived from

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The Smart Casual modules have been designed by law teachers, for law teachers. We hope that they will support you to enjoy and thrive in your teaching roles. Sessional teachers play a crucial role in legal education in Australia, bringing vital skills, experience and links to professional life and postgraduate research. Teaching is demanding and rewarding work, and professional development is part of ensuring that we can all build on our skills, reflect on our experiences and expand our repertoire of teaching strategies.
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Kate Galloway, Mary Heath, Anne Hewitt, Mark Israel, et al.. "Critical Legal Thinking" Smart casual (2015)
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