The Law Associate Deans' Network was established in 2010. In September 2013 it was renamed the Legal Education Associate Deans Network. It is comprised of the Associate Deans (Teaching and Learning) (or equivalent) of Australian Law Schools. The purpose of the Law AD Network is to promote collaborative approaches to teaching and learning in Australian legal education. The Network intends to lead, encourage and document good practice in learning and teaching in the discipline of law and to create processes and strategies to sustain the network as a sub-Committee of the Council of Australian Law Deans (CALD). It receives funding from the Office of Learning and Teaching.

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About Us

The Network comprises Associate Deans (Teaching and Learning) of Australian Law Schools
Read about the Network

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Good Practice Guides

The Network has produced nine GPG's to assist law teachers. View Guides

A key goal of the Law AD Network has been the production and distribution of a series of Good Practices Guides designed to highlight good practices in legal education, particularly as they relate to the Law Threshold Learning Outcomes. These and other resources, including links to the TLO's and relevant literature, can be found on the resources page.

Comprehensive links to various sites relevant to law teaching, including links to CALD, admission bodies, government sites and policy documents.

This page compiles contact details of current law associate deans (teaching and learning)

Meeting details
Next Meeting: To be advised