- A Case Study on the Use of SCs in Continuing Professional Legal Education
- SC workshop agenda, London, 2.6.17
- Ahead of the Curve. Turning Law Students into Lawyers
- Evaluation of SC project at ANU College of Law
- Simulated Client Initiative poster
- Barton, K., Cunningham, C.D., Jones, G.T., Maharg, P., Valuing what clients think: standardized clients and the assessment of communicative competence
- Maharg, P., Constructing effective simulations -- the training of SCs
- Barton, K., Maharg, P., The development of multimedia learning resources and e-portfolios
- Cunningham, C., Maharg, P. (2005) Do we value what clients think about their lawyers? If so, why don't we measure it?, Learning in Law Initiative, University of Warwick.
- Ker, J.S., Ramsay, J., Hogg, G., Dewar, G., Ambrose, L. (2005) Medical use of standardised patients, Learning in Law Initiative, University of Warwick.
- Clark Cunningham
W. Lee Burge Professor of Law & Ethics, Georgia State University College of Law
- Freda Grealy
Diploma Manager, The Law Society of Ireland.
- Karen Barton
Director of Learning and Teaching, Innovation Centre, University of Hertfordshire.
- Michael Ng
Assistant Professor, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law.
- Nigel Hudson
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University.
- Paul Maharg
Distinguished Professor of Practice - Legal Education, Osgoode Law School, York University, Toronto
- Queenie Lai
Professional Consultant, Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law.
- Rory O'Boyle
Diploma Co-ordinator, Law Society of Ireland
- Scott Slorach
Professor of Law, York Law School, University of York.
- Wilson Chow
Associate Professor, University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law.