TWIN/03/01 Research Correspondence, 1965-1993

Extent and form: 8 items

Scope and content:  Artificially created series of correspondence regarding research.

Access: open

Contents

Reference

Title

Dates

Extent

Scope and content

TWIN/03/01/01

Letter from [?] to Prof Twining replying to questions regarding programmed learning in law

1965

1 item

 

TWIN/03/01/02

Papers relating to an article re A Programme Introduction to the Study of Law: Part I Case Skills by Charles Kelso

1967

1 folder

Includes copy of "Ulster's Kelso Convertor", indicating differences between US legal system/terminology in Kelso and Northern Irish Law.

TWIN/03/01/03

Letter from Layman E Allen, University of Michigan Law School re teaching criminal law

1968

1 item

 

TWIN/03/01/04

Letter to JH Burns, Department of History, UCL re the "Evidence Project"

1974

1 item

 

TWIN/03/01/05

File: ABF [American Bar Foundation] 1985

1983-1985

1 folder

Correspondence and research re paper entitled "The Paperchase in England and Wales An Overview of legal education and training" delivered at the American Bar Foundation London Symposium in 1985.  MS notes on cover by Fiona Cownie identify this as "MISC - includes paper by WLT".

TWIN/03/01/06

File: Taking Skills Seriously 1985-86

1985-1986

1 folder

Correspondence regarding article Taking Skills Seriously.  Includes copy of article.  File cover annotated by Fiona Cownie.

TWIN/03/01/07

Correspondence with Peter Willoughby, Training Partner at Turner Kenneth Brown re paper Prof Twining delivered at SPTL Seminar at All Souls, Oxford in February 1992

1992

1 item

 

TWIN/03/01/08

Letter to BAH regarding academic lawyers as researchers

1993

1 item

 

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