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After dark and out in the cold: Part-time law students and the myth of 'equivalency' (2009)
Journal Article
Francis, A., & McDonald, I. (2009). After dark and out in the cold: Part-time law students and the myth of 'equivalency'. Journal of Law and Society, 36(2), 220-247. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6478.2009.00464.x

This paper presents the findings of the first major research study of part-time law students. It argues that many face multiple disadvantages, largely unrecognized by universities, whose emphasis on the formal equivalency of part-time and full-time l... Read More about After dark and out in the cold: Part-time law students and the myth of 'equivalency'.

Consultation document: Bearing good witness - Proposals for reforming the delivery of medical expert evidence in family law cases (2007)
Journal Article
McDonald, I., Heenan, S., & Heenan, A. (2007). Consultation document: Bearing good witness - Proposals for reforming the delivery of medical expert evidence in family law cases. Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law, 29(2), 151-161. https://doi.org/10.1080/09649060701666630

Several high‐profile criminal cases, such as those of Sally Clark, Angela Cannings, Trupti Patel and Donna Anthony – all wrongly convicted of the murder of their children on the basis of flawed expert evidence – have raised serious questions about th... Read More about Consultation document: Bearing good witness - Proposals for reforming the delivery of medical expert evidence in family law cases.


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