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Even law students need learner support

Confident, articulate and motivated by career certainty – these have long been perceived to be the defining characteristics of the average law student, leading many academics to believe they have the package of skills required to succeed at university. But work carried out by Australian Learning and Teaching Council Senior Fellow, Professor Sally Kift, has turned that stereotypical profile on its head.

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