AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractSome early emergent findings and reflections upon 'Responding to Expectation', a 12-month empirical research project undertaken in the 2007-8 academic year. The study itself had two principal aims. Firstly, to further contemporary understandings of student expectations of, and motivation(s) for, undergraduate law study. Secondly, to examine the extent to which contemporary student experiences of undergraduate law study met both their initial expectations and motivations.
CitationUnpublished conference presentation given at Association of Law Teachers (ALT) at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS), 28 November 2008
SponsorsLearning and Teaching Institute, University of Chester
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