Reflecting on/in legal education

Mini-blog time, which is essentially me plugging my article on reflection as part of the learning process that is in the online section of the Journal of the Law Society of Scotland. If reflective practice in learning and teaching is of no interest to you, fortunately brevity rules this blog and not much of your time has been consumed by its reading. If it is of interest, do please have a keek at the article and let me know what you think and perhaps even start a discussion below.


*pronounced “cheery”, the Gaelic for goodbye.

Update: I have just picked up a copy of “A Student Guide to Clinical Legal Education and Pro Bono”, edited by Kevin Kerrigan and Victoria Murray. This contains a whole chapter on reflection, with online resources for students available. Definitely worth a look.

About basedrones

Bachelor of Laws. Scots lawyer working at the University of Aberdeen. English law qualified. Took far too long to write this bio. Blogs on legal issues, with occasional veering into other purportedly intellectual stuff from time to time. Tweets about legal issues, education, law clinics, fitba, music, rogue cell division and not at all about politics at @MalcolmCombe.
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2 Responses to Reflecting on/in legal education

  1. Pingback: Clinical Legal Education: My reflections on the Form and Funding event at LSBU | basedrones

  2. Pingback: Some reflections on the “Land reform in Scotland: legal, historical and policy perspectives” #AbdnLand event | basedrones

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