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Australian lesbian, gay and/or transgender people and the law
(Federation Press, 2014-02-11)
Notionally the law is designed to protect people from harm or stigma (Posner 2002): it can of course do the opposite. While, as this chapter outlines, laws in Australia have increasingly become inclusive of lesbians, gay ...
Pluralism, liberalism, and distributive justice
(University of San Diego School of Law, 2009)
It is argued that a liberal reading of the Berlinian concept of value pluralism suggests an egalitarian rather than a laissez-faire approach to distributive justice. Within egalitarianism the debate between welfare, resource, ...
Smart Casual: Research on Teaching and Learning
(Department of Education and Training, 2016)
This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. This short module introduces the body of research on teaching and learning, ...
Smart Casual: Reading Law
(Dept of Education and Training, 2016)
This resource is part of the Smart Casual suite of professional development modules, which have been developed for and by Australian law teachers. This module explores how to help students build legal reading skills – ...
The relationship between sociology and cognate disciplines: law
(The Australian Sociological Association, 2009)
This paper considers the relationship between sociology and law, as a cognate discipline, through a discussion of social research into legal processes and settings, sometimes referred to as empirical socio-legal research. ...