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Mrs Caroline Hart
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University of Southern Queensland

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  1. Business structures and sustainable regional legal practice: the use of incorporated legal practices by regional, rural and remote legal practitioners
  2. Legal educators' perceptions of lifelong learning: conceptualisation and practice
  3. Criterion referenced assessment as a form of feedback: student and staff perceptions in the initial stages of a new law degree
  4. The real deal: using authentic assessment to promote student engagement in the first and second years of a regional law program
  5. Academics and assessment: The forgotten meat in the sandwich in the current Higher Education environment?
  6. Sustainable regional legal practice: the importance of alliances and the use of innovative information technology by legal practices in regional, rural and remote Queensland
  7. Rocky rhetoric and hard reality: the academic's dilemma surrounding assessment
  8. The conjurer's new card trick and the illusion of privacy: a discussion of the privacy and transparency issues associated with the proposed Australian Government Health and Social Services Access Card
  9. Micro-chipping away at privacy: privacy implications created by the new Queensland driver licence proposal

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1The conjurer's new card trick and the illusion of privacy: a discussion of the privacy and transparency issues associated with the proposed Australian Government Health and Social Services Access Card
2Micro-chipping away at privacy: privacy implications created by the new Queensland driver licence proposal
3Rocky rhetoric and hard reality: the academic's dilemma surrounding assessment
4Academics and assessment: The forgotten meat in the sandwich in the current Higher Education environment?
5The real deal: using authentic assessment to promote student engagement in the first and second years of a regional law program
6Sustainable regional legal practice: the importance of alliances and the use of innovative information technology by legal practices in regional, rural and remote Queensland
7Criterion referenced assessment as a form of feedback: student and staff perceptions in the initial stages of a new law degree
8Legal educators' perceptions of lifelong learning: conceptualisation and practice
9Business structures and sustainable regional legal practice: the use of incorporated legal practices by regional, rural and remote legal practitioners