The second edition of Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities, co-authored by James Duffy and Anna Huggins, has been published and aims to help law students successfully navigate the demands of law studies and legal practice through the development of positive professional legal identities. The book provides practical, experience-based advice on the development of core skills for legal education and practice.
The new edition has been fully revised, and is an essential companion for law students seeking to establish a successful career in the contemporary legal profession.
Lawyering and Positive Professional Identities is available from the LexisNexis online store.
About James Duffy
Senior Lecturer James Duffy joined the QUT Faculty of Law in 2009. He completed his Masters of Law in 2011 and a Graduate Diploma of Psychology in 2017. He was made a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2018 and was the recipient of an Australian Award for University Teaching (AAUT) Citation in the same year.
In 2019, James was recognised by the QUT Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence as the David Gardiner Teacher of the Year.
You can learn more about James and his research in his staff profile.
About Anna Huggins
Dr Anna Huggins joined the QUT Faculty of Law in 2015 and is the Director of Undergraduate Programs (Curriculum).
Her primary research interests lie in the areas of environmental compliance and regulatory technology. Anna also researches in the field of legal education, and explores issues in higher education regulation, curriculum design, assessment practices and student well-being.
Anna is a member of QUT Law’s Ecological Justice and Digital Social Contract research groups, is an affiliate member of the QUT Digital Media Research Centre, and an Assistant Editor of Transnational Environmental Law, a peer-reviewed journal published by Cambridge University Press.
You can learn more about Anna and her research in her staff profile.