Julian Webb
Julian Webb
Professor of Law, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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Learning legal rules: a students' guide to legal method and reasoning
J Holland, J Webb
Oxford university press, 2013
Professional legal ethics: critical interrogations
D Nicolson, JS Webb
Oxford University Press on Demand, 1999
Lawyering skills and the legal process
C Maughan, J Webb
Cambridge University Press, 2005
Postmodern professions? The fragmentation of legal education and the legal profession
A Boon, J Flood, J Webb
Journal of Law and Society 32 (3), 473-492, 2005
Legal education and training in England and Wales: Back to the future
A Boon, J Webb
J. Legal Educ. 58, 79, 2008
The Values of Common Law Legal Education: Rethinking Rules, Resposibilities, Relationships and Roles in the Law School
R Burridge, J Webb
Legal Ethics 10 (1), 72-97, 2007
Ethics for lawyers or ethics for citizens? New directions for legal education
J Webb
Journal of Law and Society 25 (1), 134-150, 1998
Teaching lawyers' skills
JS Webb, C Maughan
Lexis Law Publishing (Va), 1996
Setting standards: the future of legal services education and training regulation in England and Wales: the final report of the Legal Education and Training Review independent …
J Webb, J Ching, P Maharg, A Sherr
Legal Education and Training Review, 2013
Law, Ethics, and Complexity: Complexity Theory & (and) the Normative Reconstruction of Law
J Webb
Clev. St. L. Rev. 52, 227, 2004
Law students, the external market, and socialization: Do we make them turn to the city
A Sherr, J Webb
JL & Soc'y 16, 225, 1989
Inventing the good: a prospectus for clinical education and the teaching of legal ethics in England
J Webb
The Law Teacher 30 (3), 270-294, 1996
Being a lawyer/being a human being
J Webb
Legal Ethics 5 (1), 130-151, 2002
Why theory matters
J Webb
Teaching lawyers’ skills, 23-54, 1996
Turf wars and market control: competition and complexity in the market for legal services
J Webb
International Journal of the Legal Profession 11 (1-2), 81-102, 2004
Ethics for Lawyers or Ethics for Citizens? New Directions for Legal Education’(1998)
J Webb
Journal of Law and Society 25, 134, 0
Where the action is: developing artistry in legal education
J Webb
International Journal of the Legal Profession 2 (2-3), 187-216, 1995
The dynamics of professionalism: the moral economy of English legal practice-and some lessons for New Zealand
J Webb
Waikato L. Rev. 16, 21, 2008
The Ambitious Modesty of Harry Arthurs' Humane Professionalism
J Webb
Osgoode Hall LJ 44, 119, 2006
When ‘law and sociology’is not enough: transdisciplinarity and the problem of complexity
J Webb
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