Good Practice Guides
A key goal of the Law AD Network has been the production and distribution of a series of Good Practices Guides (GPG's) designed to highlight good practices in legal education, particularly as they relate to the Law Threshold Learning Outcomes (TLO's).
On July 2015 the Council of Australian Law Deans (CALD) adopted a revised GPG on teaching Statutory Interpretation which can be accessed by clicking HERE. The GPG produced by LEAD currently remains on the LEAD GPG resource webpage and remains of relevance when thinking about how teaching statutory interpretation can be aligned with the TLO's.
Smart Casual Project
The LEAD website hosts the professional development resources created by the Smart Casual Project. In addition to background information on the Project, the interactive modules on teacher education and practice produced by the Project are available through the left hand tab menu on the LEAD Resources page by clicking the logo above and by clicking here.
The Smart Casual Project is entering Phase 2 in 2016 in which 6 additional modules are being developed.
You can find further information about the Project at their new website at smartlawteacher.org or by clicking here.