50 Years of Assessment in Legal Education

This event took place on 29 January 2015 at the Institute for Advanced Legal Study, London.

Programme from the event

Of Tails and Dogs: On Standards, Standardisation and Innovation in Assessment

Prof Paul Maharg ANU/University of Nottingham and Prof Julian Webb, University of Melbourne

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Digital Assessment for the YouTube Generation: Reflective Practice in 21st Century Legal Education

Craig Newbery-Jones and Nigel Firth, University of Plymouth

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A comparative study to assess the impact of ‘Examsoft’ and ‘Questionnaire’ digital assessment and learning analytics platforms

Dan Hill, The University of Law

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Assessing students through engagement with legal policy

Rachel Dunn and Richard Glancey, Northumbria University

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Thinking Critically about Law: Book Reviews in Law and Society

Dr Jessica Guth, University of Bradford

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Prepared for Practice? Assessment for the Bar 1975-2015

Prof Nigel Duncan, City University

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Appraisal as an effective method of assessment

Pat Feast, University of Portsmouth

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Legal History and Student Involvement in the Assessment Process

Jonathan Bainbridge and Clare Sandforth-Couch, Northumbria University

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Developing Professionalism via Take-Home exams: Assessment for Learning in Law Studies

Egle Dagilyte, Buckinghamshire New University and Peter Coe, Aston

University

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Using posters as a means of summative assessment

Dr Penny English, Anglia Ruskin University

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Assessing ethical behaviour: The use of standardised clients and simulated encounters as a means to teach and assess issues of professional ethics and communication skills

Freda Grealy, Law Society of Ireland and Rory O’Boyle, Northumbria University

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Assessing Research Skills

Lucy Yeatman and Sarah Crofts, University of Greenwich

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A reflection on teaching law to non-A level law students: assessing law units on (some) vocational courses or, what the majority of FE students actually do

Lynn Cherrill-Teesdale

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Assessing Work Based Learning with Judges-Ex Africa Semper Aliquid Novi.

Nick Johnson

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The limitations of assessment as an assurance of competence

Prof Chris Maguire, BPP University College

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Assessing an undergraduate module using vivas

Chris Hull, St Mary’s University, Twickenham

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