The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education
The Law Teacher, the Journal of the Association of Law Teachers, is a fully refereed academic journal centrally concerned with legal education. in addition to articles concerned with the learning and teaching of law, it contains vital information on recent legal developments, current government and education news and book reviews.
The journal is developing an increasingly international perspective on the issues facing law teachers, and the editorial board is supported by an international advisory panel of law teachers in many different countries. This helps us to explore the difference as well as the common challanges which face us and helps you as readers to widen the base of your expertise.
It is particularly concerned to offer a service to law teacher at all levels of legal education. To this end the recent legal developments section concentrates on key developments in mainstream areas of law and book reviews section addresses the ways in which the books reviewed might be used in assisting students' learning.
The Law Teacher is published three times a year by Routledge. Copies are sent free of charge to ALT members, who also receive access to electronic versions. To subscribe, request a sample copy or see contents lists go to Routledge's Law Teacher webpage at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/rltc. To join the Association and receive your copies free, click here.
For information regarding the submission of an article please see the Law Teacher editorial policy.
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Patricia Leighton - University of Glamorgan, UK
Policy and Education Development Editor
Richard Owen - University of Glamorgan, UK
Legal Developments Editor
Jessica Guth - Bradford University, UK
Learning Resources Reviews Editor
Chris Ashford - University of Sunderland, UK
Alison Bone – Brighton University, UK
Huge De Rijke - Plymouth University, UK
Edwina Higgins - Manchester Metropolitan University Law School, UK
Noel Inge - ILEX Tutorial College, UK
Helen James – Winchester University, UK
Michael Jefferson - University of Sheffield, UK
Lesley-Anne Long – Open University, UK
Susan Prince - Exeter University, UK
Jan Reijntjes - University of the Netherlands Antilles, Curaçao (Netherlands Antilles)
Avrom Sherr - Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, UK
William Twining - University College London, UK
Tracey Varnava – Solicitors’ Regulation Authority, UK