Here you will find resources and guidance in regard to internationalising the law curriculum in Australian universities.
These resources and guidance are based on a detailed study reported in Internationalising the Australian Law Curriculum for Enhanced Global Legal Practice, published in 2013 by the Office of Learning and Teaching of the Australian Government.
To find out more about:
- The conclusions in the study
- How a law school might approach the internationalisation of its curriculum
- A generic framework for an internationalised law curriculum
- An example of an internationalised curriculum in an area of law: contract law
- Key concepts which are used in discussions about internationalisation of the curriculum
- The background, in the form of a literature review, to the current phenomenon of internationalisation generally, and the internationalisation of the academic curriculum in particular
- The purpose and methodology for the study
A Symposium was conducted as part of this project: National Legal Education Symposium: Internationalising the Australian Law Curriculum for Enhanced Global Legal Education and Practice, held in Canberra in March 2012.