Today I am talking to Professor Richard Moorhead deputy head of the law school at Cardiff University about legal education – the first in a series of between five and seven podcasts on this topical and important issue.
We focus on the following themes:
1. Where are the problems in legal education and training?
2. Is the law degree fit for purpose?
3. Should the professions intervene to improve the law degree?
4. The importance of research-based teaching. Why should practitioners care about that?
Richard Moorhead’s blog post: Legal Education Review: Where does the knowledge come from?
There are 7 podcasts in this series on legal education.