- Palimpsests: legal education (over)writing educational theory
- Authenticity in learning: transactional learning in virtual communities
- The lost vocabulary: curriculum design, professional knowledge and pedagogic identities
- Rogers, constructivism and jurisprudence: educational critique and the legal curriculum
- Professional legal education in Scotland
- Representations in law: an experiment in interdisciplinarity
- Talk about talk: are discussion forums worth the effort?
- Virtual learning environments: the alternative to the box under the bed
- Presence, emergence and knowledge objects: user interaction in a virtual learning environment
- Through a screen, darkly: electronic legal education in Europe
- Authentic learning: transactions in virtual communities
- E-legal learning: the gradual revolution
- Imagined communities, imaginary conversations: failure and the construction of legal identities
- Virtual communities on the web: transactional learning and teaching
- Multimedia: en(c)hancing student learning?
- Do we value what clients think about their lawyers? If so, why don't we measure it?
- Conference review: Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, City University 2005
- Seminar report: eLRC -- mapping the landscape
- ICT and professional legal education
- Learning Outcomes
- 'Satisfied students ... we should have them stuffed': dealing with (mis)perceptions and realities of e-learning
- BILETA 2006 Paper
- On the edge: ICT and the transformation of professional learning
- From student to trainee practitioner – a study of team working as a learning experience
- UK legal education and ICT: state of the discipline, state of the art...
- Transactional learning and simulations: how far can we go in professional legal education?
- Draft Paper: Standardised Client article, UCLA conference October 2006
- Workshop overview and agenda
- PEAT 1, Internal Working Paper, Community of Practice
- PEAT 1 Draft Manifesto
- Strathclyde DLP/PEAT 1 Manifest
- Background Paper, Community of Practice