Volume 19.3 (2010)

January 1, 2010



Rebecca Johnson

Part 1-Insights on Insite

Insite: Site and Sight
Margot Young

Jurisdictional Justice, Democracy and the Story of Insite
Hester Lessard

Insite: Right Answer, Wrong Question
Gillian Calder

Applying the Burden of Proof and Creating Connections to Communities
Patricia Cochran

Section 7, Insite and the Competence of Courts
Jeremy Webber

Part 2 - Some Pedagogical Insights

Lost in Translation: Social Realities, Insite, and the Law in Legal Education
Tim Richards

Some Pedagogical Reflections
Freya Kodar

Pedagogies of Mapping
Rebecca Johnson

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