The Centre for Professional Legal Education has developed a library of short videos by CPLE scholars on various legal education topics.
- What is heroism science?, Professor Nick James
- How can heroism science elevate the legal education narrative?, Professor Nick James
- What does it mean to be a heroic lawyer?, Professor Nick James
- Are law students on the hero's journey?, Professor Nick James
- Videos and Workbooks in the Teaching of Law, Assistant Professor Umair Ghori
- The Impact of Covid-19 on Law Teacher Wellbeing in the UK and Australia, Caroline Strevens, Professor Rachael Field and Colin James
- The Importance of Mentoring to Law Student and Early Career Graduate Success and Well-being, Judge Eugene Hyman and Professor Rachael Field
- Educating Lawyers for Tradition and Change: Using Applied Technologies to Teach Foundation Property Principles, Kate Galloway, Associate Professor Francina Cantatore and Associate Professor Louise Parsons
- Gamifying the Teaching of Property Law, Assistant Professor Tammy Johnson
- Innovation in Clinical Legal Education: Designing an Indigenous Immersion Experience for Non-Indigenous Law Students to Develop Awareness and Transformative Learning, Assistant Professor Narelle Bedford
- More than "Lawyer Factories": The Social Obligation of Law Schools, Professor Nick James
- Ethical Imperatives for Legal Educators to Promote Law Student Wellbeing, Nigel Duncan, Professor Rachael Field and Caroline Strevens
- Well-being, Human Flourishing and Legal Professional Identity, Professor Jonathan Crowe, Professor Rachael Field and Rachel Spearing
- Harmonising Legal Education: Aligning the Stages in Lifelong Learning for Lawyers
Bond University’s Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLE) was proud to host the 2020 Professional Legal Education conference on the theme of ‘Harmonising Legal Education: Aligning the Stages in Lifelong Learning for Lawyers’, in partnership with the Australasian Law Academics Association (ALAA), the Law Wellness Network and Voiceless.