The Effects of the Hidden Curriculum in Australian Legal Education
The explicit learning outcomes for Australian legal education describe what every graduate is 'expected to know, understand and be able to do as a result of learning'. However, in Australia and overseas, critical research and commentary have argued that legal education produces outcomes that are not part of the explicit curriculum. Law schools are accused of producing combative, competitive, ethically flexible graduates, lacking empathy or motivated by external reward despite the explicit...[Show more]
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