The Future of Australian Legal Education (Lawbook Co, 2018) book Launch

Various members of the team who were involved with the publication
Left to right: Ms Maki Watanabe, publisher; Emeritus Professor Michael Coper, co-editor; The Hon Kevin Lindgren, President of the Australian Academy of Law, former judge of the Federal Court of Australia and co-editor; Justice Margaret Beazley, President of the NSW Court of Appeal and book launcher; and The Hon François Kunc, Justice of the NSW Supreme Court, editor of the Australian Law Journal and co-editor of the book.

Justice Margaret Beazley, President of the New South Wales Court of Appeal, launched the latest book co-edited by ANU Emeritus Professor Michael Coper.

The Future of Australian Legal Education (Lawbook Co, 2018) was launched in Sydney in December 2018, in Supreme Court of New South Wales.

The book – which collates papers given at The Future of Australian Legal Education conference held in Sydney in 2017 to mark the 10th anniversary of the Australian Academy of Law, the 90th anniversary of the Australian Law Journal, and the 30th anniversary of the Pearce Report on Australian Law Schools – is a joint venture between the Academy and the journal.

ANU Emeritus Professor Michael Coper, co-edited the book with the Honorary Kevin Lindgren AM QC and Justice Francois Kunc, and wrote an introduction and extensive overview. 

ANU scholars including PhD candidate Andrew Henderson, Professor Dennis Pearce AO FAAL, former ANU Professor Simon Rice, and Visiting Fellow Pip Ryan, wrote various chapters.

The book covers nearly all aspects of legal education, from regulatory framework, to the curriculum, to the impact of technology, to what makes a good lawyer. 
 

Updated:  10 August 2015/Responsible Officer:  College General Manager, ANU College of Law/Page Contact:  Law Marketing Team