Kristoffer Greaves – Scholarly Activities

Kristoffer Greaves – Scholarly Activities

Background

I am a PhD Candidate with the School of Education at Deakin University. My research investigates practical legal training practitioners’ engagement with scholarship of teaching and learning. This research is interdisciplinary work, which involves scholarship of teaching and learning, professional education and training, practice research, sociology, education, culture and policy. The theoretical framework for this research is informed by Bourdieu’s reflexive sociology and de Certeau’s methodology of everyday practices.

Candidature commenced 31 March 2012 and was confirmed on 22 March 2013. Dr Julianne Lynch (School of Education) is my principal supervisor. Dr Shaun Rawolle (School of Education) and Dr Michael McShane (School of Law) are my associate supervisors.

I was granted ethics approval on 14 May 2013. Data collection was substantially complete at end of August 2013, including semi-structured interviews with 36 practical legal training practitioners in Queensland, New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania and Western Australia. I am presently analysing the data and writing up my thesis and literature review is ongoing.

Scholarly Activities

Since commencing candidature in March 2012, I have presented conference papers:

  • Australian Law Teachers Association Annual Conference – University of Sydney, 2012;
  • Australasian Professional Legal Education Council Annual Conference – University of Tasmania, Hobart 2012;
  • International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Annual Conference – Brisbane 2013;
  • Australian Law Teachers Association Annual Conference – Australian National University, Canberra 2013;
  • Australasian Professional Legal Education Council Annual Conference – Flinders University, Adelaide 2013.

I have presented about my research at:

  • Master class sessions by HDR student speakers at The Australian Sociological Association’s “Sociologies In/Of/For Education” symposium in July 2013;
  • Cultural Studies ‘Intermezzo’ Symposium for postgraduates and early career researchers, “Doing Cultural Studies: Interrogating ‘Practice’” at Swinburne University of Technology, December 2013;

I authored and co-authored four articles for peer-reviewed journals:

  • Greaves, K & Lynch, J 2012, ‘Is The Lecturer In The Room? A Study Of Student Satisfaction With Online Discussion Within Practical Legal Training’, Legal Education Review, vol. 22, no. 1&2, pp. 147-75.
  • Greaves, K 2012, ‘Learning Leadership is in Your Hands: Toward a Scholarship of Teaching in Practical Legal Training’, Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, vol. 5, no. 1/2, pp. 1-264.
  • Castan, M, Galloway, K & Greaves, K 2012, ‘Interconnectedness, Multiplexity and the Global Student: The Role of Blogging and Micro Blogging in Opening Students’ Horizons’, Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, vol. 5, no. 1/2, pp. 177-88.[1]
  • Galloway, K, Castan, M & Greaves, K 2013, ‘The Matrix As The Gatekeeper: Effective Integration Of Online Technologies In Maximizing Research Impact And Engagement’, Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, vol. 13, no. 1, forthcoming.

Non-Peer Reviewed or Earlier Work:

Greaves, K & McNeil, E 2008, ‘Y Is It So? Plagiarism, Values, Ethics and Training Lawyers for a Global Profession’, paper presented to APLEC 2008, Auckland, New Zealand, 7 November 2008.

Greaves, K & NcNeil, E 2008, ‘Plagiarism, Y Not?’, paper presented to 3ILEC 3rd International Legal Ethics Conference, Gold Coast, 16 July 2008.

Greaves, K 2009, What Kind of Lawyer Do I Want to Be?, retrieved 22 November 2012, <http://youtu.be/kWdAHRLfp1w>.

Greaves, K 2010, ‘Computer-Mediated Communication in PLT’, paper presented to Australasian Professional Legal Education Committee Conference 2010, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia, 13 November 2010.

Greaves, K 2010, ‘From Bloom to Marzano’, paper presented to Australasian Professional Legal Education Committee Conference 2010, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia.[2]

Greaves, K 2010, ‘Practical Legal Theatre’, paper presented to Australasian Professional Legal Education Committee Conference 2010, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia, 13 November 2010.

Greaves, K 2011, ‘A Good Chat – Are Online Forums Fit for PLT?’, paper presented to Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference 2011, Brisbane, Australia, 5 July 2011.

Greaves, K 2011, ‘I’m Not Like Everybody Else – Online Forums and Practical Legal Training’, paper presented to Australasian Professional Legal Education Committee (APLEC) Conference 2011, University of Technology, Sydney, 12-13 November 2011.

Greaves, K 2012, ‘A Fish Out of Water? Legal Practitioner – Practitioner Teacher? Bourdieu, the Legal Field and the Scholarship of Teaching in Practical Legal Training’, in ALTA 2012 Australasian Law Teachers Association Conference, Sydney University Law School, Sydney, Australia.

Greaves, K 2012, Australian PLT Teachers Scholarship of Teaching Publications, retrieved 15 August 2012, <http://youtu.be/f4GGTq0JkXM>.

Greaves, K 2012, Australian PLT Teachers Scholarship of Teaching Publications, retrieved 15 August 2012, <http://youtu.be/f4GGTq0JkXM>.

Greaves, K 2012, Bourdieu, PLT and ME Part 1, YouTube, retrieved 5 July 2012, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnzrjiEYODk&feature=share&list=PL50944B1B3FDE529A&index=8>.

Greaves, K 2012, Bourdieu, PLT and Me Part 2, YouTube, retrieved 5 July 2012, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEL3OUinpYY&feature=share&list=PL50944B1B3FDE529A&index=9>.

Greaves, K 2012, Elements of Critical Legal Studies and Law & Society Movements Part 1, retrieved 2 September 2012, <http://youtu.be/-tyrJ9I99MI>.

Greaves, K 2012, Elements of Critical Legal Studies and Law & Society Movement Part 2, retrieved 2 September 2012, <http://youtu.be/dor10F4f668>.

Greaves, K 2012, Formal Qualifications of PLT Teachers in Australia – a sample, retrieved 18 July 2012 2012, <http://youtu.be/IsNJO0tnltY>.

Greaves, K 2012, Towards A Scholarship of Teaching in Practical Legal Training Part 1, YouTube, retrieved 13 July 2012, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WNFUeny3mA&feature=share&list=PL50944B1B3FDE529A&index=7>.

Greaves, K 2012, Towards A Scholarship of Teaching Part 2, YouTube, retrieved 13 July 2012 2012, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JX3SGMlYeVY&feature=share&list=PL50944B1B3FDE529A&index=6>.

Greaves, K 2013, A Unanimous Tacit Complicity – Does Reproduction Serve As Gatekeeping?, YouTube, retrieved 1 October 2013, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ffnxhi0V5XU&feature=share&list=PL50944B1B3FDE529A&index=12>.

Greaves, K 2013, Betwixt and Between – Practical Legal Training Practitioners – Scholarship of (Which) Practice?, YouTube, retrieved 4 December 2013, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_S_IVUDhxE&feature=share&list=PL50944B1B3FDE529A&index=14>.

Greaves, K 2013, Is Thinking Like A Lawyer Different To Thinking Like A Teacher?, YouTube, retrieved 17 November 2013, <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpRYdZLW3TM&feature=share&list=PL50944B1B3FDE529A&index=13>.

Greaves, K 2013, ‘Promoting justice through clinical legal education [Book Review]’, Alternative Law Journal, vol. 38, no. 3, p. 200.

 

 

 

 



[1] On 31 May 2013, The Australian Financial Review published a featured based on the ‘Interconnectedness, Multiplexity and the Global Student’ article.

[2] The SlideShare version viewed more than 5400 times: http://www.slideshare.net/pleagletrainer/bloomtomarzanopublic

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