legal learning

References in classic literature ?
Doolittle began to discover that neither architecture nor his law was quite suitable to the growing wealth and intelligence of the settlement; and after exacting the last cent that was attainable in his compromise, to use the language of the country he “pulled up stakes,” and proceeded farther west, scattering his professional science and legal learning through the land; vestiges of both of which are to be discovered there even to the present hour.
Imamis form a majority in Iran and Iraq where the major Shii centres of legal learning are located.
Moji grew up in Middlesbrough and attended college in Guisborough, where she began on her legal learning path.
Moji grew up in Middlesbrough and attended college in Guisborough where she began on her legal learning path.
Legal learning is what only law schools can effectively convey.
They performed a crucial role as advisors of local Muslims and advocated for them with Christian authorities, but at the same time bore the criticism of jurists in the major centers of Islamic legal learning in Granada, Morocco, and Algeria for their lack of proper education and their incorrect applications of Islamic law.
First-hand experience is crucial for the legal learning process.
The first year emphasis on the case method and private law is the wrong introduction to legal learning, not just for those who want to make a better world, but also for those who want a world where markets rule.
Clearly, student enthusiasm alone is an unreliable guide for legal education, as it may not align with legal learning.
Nevertheless, the underlying pedagogical issues have to be given effective consideration if technology is to fulfil its potential for transforming legal learning.
The eighth such symposium was held at the 2009 Festival of Legal Learning.
Sessions included: (1) China's Early Encounters with the West: A History in Reverse (Andrew Wilson); (2) Political Ideas (Edward Friedman); (3) Economic Influence (Thomas Rawski); (4) Legal Learning (Jacques deLisle); (5) Taiwan and Hong Kong (Nancy Bernkopf Tucker); (6) Changing Security Relationships (Warren I.