Craig Newbery-Jones
Craig Newbery-Jones
Lecturer in Legal Education, CIRLE, University of Leeds
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Trying to do the right thing: experiential learning, e-learning and employability skills in modern legal education
CJ Newbery-Jones
European Journal of Law and Technology 6 (1), 2015
Answering the call of duty: the phenomenology of justice in twenty-first-century video games
CJ Newbery-Jones
Law and Humanities 9 (1), 78-102, 2015
Ethical experiments with the D-pad: exploring the potential of video games as a phenomenological tool for experiential legal education
C Newbery-Jones
The Law Teacher 50 (1), 61-81, 2016
Screencasting ethics and values: teaching contemporary legal issues and collective legal values through live screencasting
CJ Newbery-Jones
The Law Teacher 50 (2), 242-254, 2016
Legal Heroes and Practising Villains in the Nineteenth Century Press
CJ Newbery-Jones
Plymouth University, 2014
Digital assessment for the YouTube generation: Reflective practice in 21st-century legal education
N Firth, C Newbery-Jones
Perspectives on the Scholarship of Assessment and Learning in Law, 51, 2019
Judging the judges: The image of the judge in the popular illustrated press
C Newbery-Jones
Judgment in the Victorian Age, 161-181, 2018
The ‘lawyer’and nineteenth-century popular culture
C Newbery-Jones
Judgment in the Victorian Age, 2018
(Re) Purposed Communities: Law, History and Heritage in Devonport Exploring historical and contemporary Crime and Everyday Offending in Devonport
C Newbery-Jones, KA Stevenson
Devonport Guildhall, 2017
Crime News in Modern Britain: Press Reporting and Responsibility, 1820–2010
C Newbery-Jones
The Journal of Legal History 35 (1), 90-92, 2014
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