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James, N. J. (2000) A Brief History of Critique in Australian Legal Education. Melbourne University Law Review, 24 3: 965-981. 128  
James, Nick and Jensen, Darryn M. (2011) A dialogue concerning the merits of the 100% final examination in the assessment of law students. Canberra Law Review, 10 3: 49-80. 231  
James, N. J. (2004) Australian Legal Education and the Instability of Critique. Melbourne University Law Review, 28 2: 375-405. 407 7
James, Nickolas, Hughes, Clair and Cappa, Clare (2010) Conceptualising, developing and assessing critical thinking in law. Teaching in Higher Education, 15 3: 285-297. doi:10.1080/13562511003740858 134 12 1 Cited 2 times in Scopus2 0
James, Nickolas J. and Cappa, Clare L. (2008). Creating critical lawyers: Developing and assessing critical thinking in law. In: Effective Teaching & Learning Conference. Effective Teaching & Learning Conference, Brisbane, (). October, 2008. 107  
James, Nickolas J. and Cappa, Clare L. (2008). Creating critical lawyers: Teaching and assessing critical legal thinking by first year law students. In: Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference. Australasian Law Teachers Association, Palm Cove QLD Australia, (). July, 2008. 86  
James, Nickolas Critical legal thinking 2nd ed. Frenchs Forest, NSW., Australia: Pearson SprintPrint, 2010. 51  
James, Nickolas Critical legal thinking 3rd ed. Frenchs Forest, NSW, Australia: Pearson Education, 2011. 43  
James, N. J. (2001). Disclaimers - Are they effective?. In: P. Elliot, Property in the new Millenium. Annual University of Queensland Property Conference, Brisbane, (). 20 July, 2001. 51  
N James (2008) Distracting the Masses: Corporate Convictions and the Legitimisation of Neo-Liberalism. Macquarie Law Journal, 8 179-201. 54  
James, N J (2006). Distracting the Masses: The Adler Conviction and the Legitimisation of Neo-Liberalism. In: Proceedings of the British Society of Criminology Annual Conference 2006: Research and Theory: New Directions in Criminology. British Society of Criminology Annual Conference 2006: Research and Theory: New Directions in Criminology, Glasgow, United Kingdom, (). 4-7 July 2006. 66  
James, N. J. (2001) Don't blame me! When disclaimers Work... And when they don't. Australian Property Journal, 36 8: 733-736,743. 96  
James, Nick (2011). Embedding graduate attributes within subjects: Critical thinking. In Sally Kift, Michelle Sanson, Jill Cowley and Penelope Watson (Ed.), Excellence and innovation in legal education (pp. 69-98) Chatswood, NSW, Australia: LexisNexis Butterworths. 82 5
James, N. J. (2004) Expertise as Privilege: Australian Legal Education and the Persistent Emphasis upon Doctrine. University of Western Sydney Law Review, 8 1-20. 61  
James, Nickolas John (2004) Handing over the keys : Contingency, power and resistance in the context of section 3LA of the Australian Crimes Act 1914. The University of Queensland Law Journal, 23 1: 7-21. 234  
James, N. J. (2001). How can flexible delivery enhance the facilitation of a critical understanding of law?. In: L. Richardson and J. Lidstone, Flexible learning for a flexible society. ASET/HERDSA 2000 Joint International Conference, Toowoomba, Qld, (336-348). 2-5 July, 2000. 38  
James, N. J. (2004) Liberal Legal Education: The Gap Between Rhetoric and Reality. The University of New England Law Journal, 1 2: 163-185. 49  
James, Nick (2012) Logical, critical and creative: Teaching 'thinking skills' to law students. Queensland University of Technology Law and Justice Journal, 12 1: 66-88. 34 2
James, N. J. (2007) Opting for ontological terrorism: Freedom and control in Grant Morrison's The Invisibles. Law, Culture and the Humanities, 3 3: 435-454. doi:10.1177/1743872107081430 346 3 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
James, N. J. (2004) Power-knowledge in Australian legal education: Corporatism's reign. The Sydney Law Review, 26 4: 587-612. 366 5
James, Nickolas John (2011) Professional mentoring programs for law students. University of Tasmania Law Review, 30 1: 90-118. 69  
James, N. J. (2004) The Good Law Teacher: The propagation of Pedagogicalism in Australian Legal Education. The University of New South Wales Law Journal, 27 1: 147-169. 354 5
James, Nickolas John (2006) The marginalisation of radical discourses in Australian legal education. Legal Education Review, 16 1/2: 55-74. 42 3
James, Nick and Field, Rachael The new lawyer. Milton, QLD, Australia: John Wiley and Sons, 2013. 56 3
James, N. J. (2004) Why has vocationalism propagated so successfully within Australian law schools. The University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review, 6 41-62. 53