Building bridges in the classroom: A view from the academy
|dc.identifier.citation||Bell, Matthew and Gerber, Paula and Evans, Phil. 2013. Building Bridges in the Classroom: A View from the Academy. Building and Construction Law Journal. 30 (1): pp. 24-34.|
Over the past two decades, the rise of specialist practice in the area of construction law has led to – and been fostered by – a proliferation in construction law teaching. This article examines this trend, offering observations about what makes for “best practice” in teaching students across construction-related disciplines – lawyers, construction professionals, undergraduates and graduates – and how the academy can assist in building bridges between those disciplines.
|dc.title||Building bridges in the classroom: A view from the academy|
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