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Teaching Evidence Law - 
      Yvonne Daly
    
      Jeremy Gans
    
      PJ Schwikkard

Teaching Evidence Law

Contemporary Trends and Innovations

Yvonne Daly (Redaktør) ; Jeremy Gans (Redaktør) ; PJ Schwikkard (Redaktør)

Teaching Evidence Law sets out the contemporary experiences of evidence teachers in a range of common law countries across four continents: Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States. Les mer
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Teaching Evidence Law sets out the contemporary experiences of evidence teachers in a range of common law countries across four continents: Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States. It addresses key themes and places these in the context of academic literature on the teaching of evidence, proof and fact-finding.





This book focuses on the methods used to teach a mix of abstract and practical rules, as well as the underlying skills of fact-analysis, that students need to apply the law in practice, to research it in the future and to debate its appropriateness. The chapters describe innovative ways of overcoming the many challenges of this field, addressing the expanding fields of evidence law, how to reach and accommodate new audiences with an interest in evidence, and the tools devised to meet old and new pedagogical problems in this area.





Part of Routledge's series on Legal Pedagogy, this book will be of great interest to academics, post-graduate students, teachers and researchers of evidence law, as well as those with a wider interest in legal pedagogy or legal practice.
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Forlag: Routledge
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Sider: 188
ISBN: 9780367251390
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Acknowledgements





FOREWORD


William Twining





INTRODUCTION


Taking Evidence Teaching Seriously


Yvonne Daly, Jeremy Gans and PJ Schwikkard








PART ONE: NEW TOOLS





Chapter 1


Learning Evidence with an Uncasebook


Deborah Merritt and Ric Simmons





Chapter 2


Teaching Evidence Law in a Flipped Classroom


Peter Sankoff





Chapter 3


Using True Crime to Teach Evidence


Jeremy Gans





Chapter 4


Using Mock Voir Dires to Assess the Law of Evidence


Yvonne Daly





Chapter 5


Using Deductive Reasoning to Teach the Application of a Heightened Relevance Standard to Sexual History Evidence


Elisabeth McDonald





Chapter 6


Using International Criminal Law to Teach Evidence


John Jackson and Yvonne McDermott








PART TWO: NEW AUDIENCES


Chapter 7 The Influences of Decolonisation on an Evidence Curriculum


PJ Schwikkard





Chapter 8


Undergraduate Learning in Evidence: Complexities, Challenges and Opportunities


Liz Heffernan





Chapter 9


Bridging the Law and Forensic Science Divide


Carole McCartney & John Cassella





Chapter 10


Teaching Evidence Law in Hong Kong after 1997


Simon N.M. Young








PART THREE: NEW FIELDS





Chapter 11


A Blended Learning Approach to Teaching Electronic Evidence


Lee Swales and Adrian Bellengere





Chapter 12


Introducing Science and Technology Studies into the Expert Evidence Course


David S. Caudill





Chapter 13


Teaching Legal Ethics in a Course on Evidence


Salona Lutchman








CONCLUSION


The Horizon of Evidence Law Teaching


Yvonne Daly, Jeremy Gans and PJ Schwikkard
Yvonne Daly is Associate Professor of Law at Dublin City University, Ireland.





Jeremy Gans is Professor of Law at the University of Melbourne, Australia.





PJ Schwikkard is Professor of Public Law at the University of Cape Town, South Africa.