Staff Publications


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Legal Professions Research Network Staff

  • Parker, C and Evans, A, Inside Layers' Ethics (3rd ed), Cambridge University Press, United States (2018)
  • Parker, C and Evans, A, Inside Layers' Ethics (2nd ed), Cambridge University Press, United States (2014)
  • Webb, J, 'Regulating the Practise of Practice: On Agency and Entropy in Legal Ethics' in J Murray, T Webb and S Wheatley (eds), Complexity Theory & Law: Mapping a New Legal Science, Routledge, United Kingdom (2018)
  • Webb, J, 'Preparing for Practice in the 21st Century: The Role of Legal Education in its Regulation' in B Bergmans (ed), Jahrbuch de Rechtsdidaktik 2017 [Yearbook of Legal Education 2017], Berliner Wissenchafts-Verlag, Germany (2018)
  • Le Mire, S and Parker, C, 'Lawyers as Whistleblowers: The Need for a Gatekeeper of Justice Whistleblowing Obligation/Exception' in R Levy, M O'Brien, S Rice, P Ridge and M Thornton (eds), New Directions for Law in Australia: Essays in Contemporary Law Reform, ANU Press, Australia (2017), 103-115
  • Webb, J, 'A Tale of Two Cities: Reflecting on Lord Neuberger's "Reforming Legal Education"' in C Ashford, N Duncan and J Guth (eds), Perspectives on Legal Education: Contemporary Responses to the Lord Upjohn Lectures, Routlege, United Kingdom (2016), 24-42
  • Webb, J, 'The LETRs (Still) in the Post: The Legal Education and Training Review and the Reform of Legal Services Education and Training - A Personal (Re)view' in H Sommerlad, S Harris-Short, Steven Vaughan and R Youngs (eds), The Futures of Legal Education and the Legal Profession, Hart Publishing, United Kingdom (2015), 97-137
  • Fukui, K and Steele, S, 'Internationalising Legal Education in Japan as Discourse and Practice' in J Breaden, S Steele and C Stevens (eds), Internationalising Japan: Discourse and Practice, Routledge, United Kingdom (2014), 32-52
  • Harding, A and Whiting, A, '"Custodian of Civil Liberties and Justice in Malaysia": The Malaysian Barn and the Moderate State' in T Halliday, L Karpik, and M Feely (eds), Fates of Political Liberalism in the British Post-Colony: The Politics of the Legal Complex Cambridge University Press, United States (2012), 247-304
  • Steele, S and Petridis, A, 'Japanese legal education reform: A lost opportunity to end the cult(ure) of the national bar examination and internationalise curricula?' in W van Caenegem and M Hiscock (eds), The Internationalisation of Legal Education: The Future Practice of Law Edward Elgar Publishing, United Kingdom (2012), 92-121
  • Ching, J, Maharg, P, Sherr, A and Webb, J, 'LETR Five Years On: A Retro/Prospective' (2018) The Law Teacher 1-18 (online first)
  • Parker, C, Le Mire, S and Mackay, A, 'Confidentiality and Whistleblowing: Lessons from the McCabe Tobacco Litigation' (2017) 40 Melbourne University Law Review 999-1058
  • Godwin, A and Wu R, 'Legal Education, Practice Skills, and Pathways to Admission: A Comparative Analysis of Singapore, Hong Kong, and Australia' (2017) 66 Journal of Legal Education 212-236
  • Levy, I, 'Simplifying Legal Decisions: Factor Overload in Civil Procedure Rules' (2017) 41 Melbourne University Law Review 727-757
  • Haller, L and Bartlett, F, 'Views from Inside: A Comparison of Admission Process in New South Wales and Victoria Before and After the 'Uniform Law'' (2016) 42 Monash University Law Review 109-137
  • Steele, S, 'Japan's National Bar Examination: Results from 2015 and Impact of the Preliminary Qualifying Examination' (2016) 41 Zeitschrift fuer Japanisches Recht 55-75
  • Godwin, A, 'Barriers to Practice by Foreign Lawyers in Asia - Exploring the Role of Lawyers in Society' (2015) 22 International Journal of the Legal Profession 299-322
  • Godwin, A, 'Teaching Corporations Law from a Transactional Perspective and Through the Use of Experimental Techniques' (2015) 25 Legal Education Review 221-236
  • Haller, L, 'Abuse of Process, Collateral Attacks and Claims against Lawyers' (2015) 34 Civil Justice Quarterly 377-392
  • Ching, J, Maharg,P, Sherr, A and Webb, J, 'An Overture for Well-Tempered Regulators: Four Variations on a LETR Theme' (2015) 49 Law Teacher 143-164
  • Parker, C, 'The 'Moral Panic' Over Psychological Wellbeing in the Legal Profession: A Personal or Political Ethical Response?' (2014) 37 University of New South Wales Law Journal 1103-1141
  • Bartlett, F and Haller, L, 'Disclosing lawyers: Questioning law and process in the admission of Australian lawyers' (2013) 41 Federal Law Review 227-263
  • Webb, J, 'Regulating Lawyers in a Liberalized Legal Services Market: The Role of Legal Education and Training' (2013) 24 Stanford Law and Policy Review 533-570
  • Haller, L, 'Australian Discipline: The Story of Issac Brott' (2012) 15 Legal Ethics 197-241
  • Haller, L, 'Restorative Lawyer Discipline in Australia' (2012) 12 Nevada Law Journal 316-332
  • Parker, C and Rostain, C, 'Law Firms, Global Capital, and the Sociological Imagination' (2012) 80 Fordham Law Review 2347-2381
  • Rosen, R, Parker, C and Nielson V, 'The Framing Effects of Professionalism: Is there a Lawyer Cast of Mind? Lessons from Compliance Programs' (2012) 40 Fordham Urban Law Journal   297-367
  • Whiting, A, 'The training, appointment, and supervision of Islamic lawyers in the federal territories of Malaysia' (2012) 21 Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal 133-161
  • Rogers, A, Smith, A and Webb, J, Comprehensive Review of Legal Education and Training in Hong Kong: Final Report of the Consultants, Standing Committee on Legal Education and Training, Hong Kong (2018)
  • Bennett, J, Miller, T, Webb, J, Bosua, R, Lodders, A and Chamberlain, S, Current State of Automated Legal Advice Toos, RALAT Discussion Paper 1, Networked Society Institute, Melbourne (2018)
  • Webb, J, Ching, J, Maharg, P and Sherr, A, Setting Standards: The Future of Legal Services Education and Training Regulation in England and Wales, Legal Education and Training Review, United Kingdom (2013)