CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF LAW TEACHERS
L’ASSOCIATION CANADIENNE DES PROFESSEURS DE DROIT

Madeline Toal

  • published 2015 Volume Articles in CLEAR (journal) 2021-05-24 09:57:50 -0400

    2015 Volume Articles

    Articles from the 2015 CLEAR Journal.

    Front Materials, Introduction, Table of Contents

    Clinical Legal Education in Canada: A Survey of the Scholarship

    Teaching Religious Freedom as Legal Pluralism in Canadian Constitutional Law Classes

    Learning to Mediate Through Teaching Mediation

    The Law School Admission Council, the Law School Admission Test, and Barriers for Individuals with Disabilities; Oh My! Leaving the Legal Profession Before Admission?

    BLOOD on the LEAVES

    The Flipped Law Classroom: Retooling the Classroom to Support Active Teaching and Learning


  • published 2012 Volume Articles in CLEAR (journal) 2021-05-24 09:57:16 -0400

    2012 Volume Articles

    Articles from the 2012 CLEAR Journal.

    Front Materials and Table of Contents

    Everyday Lessons of Law Teaching - le Quotidien de l'Enseignement Juridique

    Lulling Ourselves Into a False Sense of Competence: Learning Outcomes and Clinical Legal Education in Canada, the United States and Australia

    Preparing Doctoral Students in Social Sciences for a Future in Academe: Perspectives on Publishing During Candidature

    The Case Method, Law School Learning Outcomes and Distance Education

    Vodcasting in Tandem with Annotated Exemplars to Improve Student Performance

    Hey DJ What You Waiting for? Top Ten DJ Tricks for Law Profs

    Harnessing Debates in Comparative Constitutional Law as Teaching Tools: My Experiences in the Classroom


  • published 2011 Volume Articles in CLEAR (journal) 2021-05-24 09:56:53 -0400

    2011 Volume Articles

    Articles from the 2011 CLEAR Journal.

    Front Materials and Table of Contents

    Skills Training in Clinical Legal Education: A Critical Approach

    A Novice Lawyer at the Art Gallery

    Riding the Carousel: Making Assessment a Learning Loop Through the Continuous Use of Grading Rubrics

    Two Professors, Three Opinions, One Lesson Plan?


  • published 2010 Volume Articles in CLEAR (journal) 2021-05-24 09:56:28 -0400

    2010 Volume Articles

    Articles from the 2010 CLEAR Journal.

    Front Materials and Table of Contents

    Lifelong Learning in Professionalism - An Introduction

    The Character of Continuing Education in Legal Ethics

    If Lifelong Learning is the Solution, What is the Problem? A Perspective From South of the Border

    Legal Ethics Instruction in Canadian Law Schools: Laying the Foundation for Lifelong Learning in Professionalism

    Post-Call Professional Legal Education - The British Columbia Approach

    Looking Back and Looking Forward on Learning in Professionalism

    Rewriting Equality: The Pedagogical Use of Women's Court of Canada Judgements

    Enriching and Humanizing Canadian Legal Education with Multiple and Emotional Intelligences

    Promises and Challenges of Achieving Racial Equality in Legal Education in Canada

    Start as You Mean to Go On: A Little Scottish Generational Intelligence to Help You Get the Most Out of the First Hour of Your First-Year Law Course

    Write Me a Memo

    The Socratic Method in the Teaching of International Law: An American Perspective

     

     

     


  • published 2009 Volume Articles in CLEAR (journal) 2021-05-24 09:56:08 -0400

    2009 Volume Articles

    Articles from the 2009 CLEAR Journal. 

    Front Materials and Table of Contents

    Re-Engaging Law Students in Legal Professionalism Through Student-Centred Curricular Design

    Teaching, Professional Identity and Academic Lawyers: Canada and England - A Comparative Perspective

    L'impact de la justice participative sur l'enseignement du droit

    The Principles and Practices of Aboriginal Equity Programs in Canadian Law Schools: A Comparative Study of the Saskatchewan College of Law

    The First Year Curriculum: Silo, Cubicle or Open Office? 

    Introduction to the Special Issue on the Federation of Law Societies Task Force on the Approved Law Degree

    The "Approved" Common Law Degree

    Response to the Consultation Paper of the Task Force on the Canadian Common Law Degree of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada December 15, 2008

    Reponse au document de consultation du Groupe d'etude sur le diplome canadien en common law de la Federation des ordres professionels de juristes du Canada 15 decembre 2008


  • published 2008 Volume Articles in CLEAR (journal) 2021-05-24 09:54:47 -0400

    2008 Volume Articles

    Articles from the 2008 CLEAR Journal.

    Front Materials and Table of Contents

    Resisting the Hidden Curriculum: Teaching for Social Justice

    "We the People of Constitutional Law 100 Y01": Pedagogical Promise of a Classroom Constitution in First-Year Law

    The Stanley Cup Case Study: Changes in the Practice and Pedagogy of Property Law

    Situated Learning and the Role of Relationships: A Study of Mentoring in Law Firms

    The Curious Incident at Ryerson University or Reflections on Academic Speech by an Academic Novice

    Open Dialogue: An Experience of Gender, Sexuality, Discourse, and Legal Education

     

     


  • published 2007 Volume Articles in CLEAR (journal) 2021-05-24 09:54:25 -0400

    2007 Volume Articles

    Articles from the 2007 CLEAR Journal.

    Front Materials, Table of Contents, and Introduction

    Doing Theory in First Year Contracts: The Iceberg Method

    Thinking About Technology in Canadian Law Schools: A Literature Review

    Can There Be Commensurability in Comparative Legal Education?

    Ethics Teaching in Law School

    The Academic as Fiduciary: More than a Metaphor?

    Is Taxonomy Dead? Some Observations on Teaching and Learning How to do Legal Research in Canada at the Start of the 21st Century