Book Series

  1. Maharg, P., Deo, M., Mertz, E., eds (2011-present) Emerging Legal Education. Routledge, London (was Ashgate). 1-3 volumes to be commissioned & published per annum for three years. To date, we have published eight volumes, with two in press, and two under consideration. The series exceeds publisher’s expectations, and has been renewed for a further three years.
  2. de Freitas, S., Maharg, P., eds (2011-2017) Digital Games and Learning. Routledge, London. Ten volumes are commissioned. To date, four are published, two forthcoming and another two under consideration.

Books

  1. Maharg, P. (2007). Transforming Legal Education: Learning and Teaching the Law in the Early Twenty-First Century, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot.  Endorsements here.
  2. de Freitas, S., Maharg, P., eds, (2011). Digital Games and Learning, Continuum Publishing, London.  Endorsements here.
  3. Maharg, P., Maughan, C., eds, (2011). Affect and Legal Education: Emotion in Learning and Teaching the Law. Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot.  Endorsements here.
  4. Bankowski, Z., Maharg, P. del Mar, M., eds, (2012) The Arts and the Legal Academy. Beyond Text in Legal Education, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot.  Endorsements here.
  5. Webb, J., Ching, J., Maharg, P., Sherr, A. (2013). Setting Standards. The Future of Legal Services Education and Training Regulation in England and Wales. SRA, BSB, IPS.

Refereed book chapters and journal publications

Book Chapters (since 2000)

  1. Maharg, P., (2000), ‘Context cues cognition’: writing, rhetoric and legal argumentation, in Learning to Argue in Higher Education, eds Richard Andrews & Sally Mitchell, Heinemann/Boynton Cook, New York
  2. Maharg, P. (2001) Plans for action, time for reflection: an experiment with time, action and personal development’, in Personal Development Planning in Practice: A Series of Case Studies, edited by Juwah, C., et al, CLASS, Aberdeen.
  3. Maharg, P. (2001). Imagined communities, imaginary conversations: failure and the construction of legal identities, in The State of Scots Law: law and Government after the Devolution Settlement, ed Lindsay Farmer, Scott Veitch.  Butterworths, London, 135-150.
  4. Maharg, P., Paliwala, A. (2002) ‘Negotiating the Learning Process with Electronic Resources’, in Effective Learning and Teaching in Law, edited Burridge, R. et al., London, Kogan Page, 81-104
  5. Maharg, P. (2004) Virtual communities on the web: transactional learning and teaching, in Aan het werk met ICT in het academisch onderwijs, edited by Anton Vedder, Wolf Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, 75-93
  6. Barton, K., Maharg, P. (2006) Simulations in the wild: interdisciplinary research, design and implementation, in Games and Simulations in Online Learning, edited by Aldrich, C., Gibson, D., Prensky, M, Idea Group Ltd, Hershey, PA, 115-148 (16,000 words)
  7. Maharg, P. (2006) Authenticity and professionalism: transactional learning in virtual communities, in Innovating E-Learning Practice, The Proceedings of Theme 3 of the JISC Online Conference, Innovating E-Learning 2006, ed by Minshull, G., Mole, J., chapter 6, 33-42.
  8. Maharg, P. (2007) Epilogue: Future directions for gaming and simulation, in Mayer, I., Stegers-Jäger, K., Bekebrede, G., eds, (2007) Spelend Leren in Virtuele Werelden. Bouwstenen voor Online Gaming in het Hoger Onderwijs, Wolters-Hoordhoff, Groningen/Houten, pp.235-37 (invited epilogue)
  9. Maharg, P. (2007) SIMPLE: Simulation Learning and Professional Practice, in Mayer, I. & Mastik, H., eds. Organizing and Learning through Gaming and Simulation. Proceedings of ISAGA 2007,
  10. Gould, H., Hughes, M., Maharg, P., Nicol, E. (2009) The narrative event diagram (NED): a tool for designing professional simulations, in Gibson, D. (ed) Digital Simulations for Improving Education: Learning Through Artificial Teaching Environments, IGI Global Books, Hershey, PA.
  11. Maharg, P. (2009) Simulation, technology and professionalism, in New Currents in Law School Education: The Use of Simulation and Web-Based Approaches, Kwansei Gakuin University Press, Osaka, 15-42 (Japanese).
  12. Maharg, P., Nicol, E. (2009) Cyberdam and SIMPLE: a study in divergent developments and convergent aims, in Learning in a Virtual World: Reflections on the Cyberdam Research and Development Project, eds Warmelink, H, Mayer, I., Wolf Publishers, Nijmegen.
  13. de Freitas, S., Maharg, P. (2011) Digital games and learning: modelling learning experiences in the digital age, in de Freitas, S., Maharg, P. (eds) Digital Games and Learning, Continuum Press.
  14. de Freitas, S., Maharg, P. (2011) Introduction. de Freitas, S., Maharg, P. (eds) Digital Games and Learning, Continuum Press.
  15. Maharg, P. (2011). Space, absence, silence: the intimate dimensions of legal learning, in Maharg, P., Maughan, C., eds, Affect and Legal Education: The Impact of Emotion on Learning and Teaching the Law, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot.
  16. Maharg, P., Maughan, C. (2011) Introduction, in Maharg, P., Maughan, C., eds, Affect and Legal Education: The Impact of Emotion on Learning and Teaching the Law, Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot.
  17. Maharg, P. (2012) The identity of Scots law: redeeming the past, in Scottish Life and Society. A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology.  Law, ed. Mark Mulhern.  Birlinn Press & The European Ethnological Research Centre, Edinburgh.
  18. Maharg, P. (2012).  Simulation: a pedagogy emerging from the shadows, in Educating the Digital Lawyer, O. Goodenough, New Providence, NJ, Matthew Bender.
  19. Maharg, P. (2012).  Assessing legal professionalism in simulations: the case of SIMPLE, in Cerillo, A., Delgado, A.M., eds, La Innovacion en La Docencia del Derecho a Traves del USO de las TIC.  Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona.
  20. Barton, K., Garvey, J., Maharg, P. (2012).  ‘You are here’: learning law, practice and professionalism in the Academy, in Bankowski, Z., Maharg, P. del Mar, M., editors The Arts and the Legal AcademyBeyond Text in Legal Education, vol 1.  Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot.
  21. Maharg, P. (2012).  ‘Associated life’: democratic professionalism and the moral imagination, in Bankowski, Z., del Mar, M., eds, The Moral Imagination and the Legal Life.  Beyond Text in Legal Education, vol 2.  Ashgate Publishing, Aldershot.
  22. De Freitas, S., Maharg, P. (2013) Series Introduction to Digital Games & Learning Book Series, Routledge, London.
  23. Maharg, P., Nicol, E. (2014). Simulation and technology in legal education: a systematic review and future research programme.  In Grimes, R., Phillips, E., Strevens, C. (eds), Legal Education: Simulation in Theory and Practice, Ashgate Publishing, Emerging Legal Education series, 17-42.

Refereed Journal Volumes Edited (since 2000)

  1. Maharg, P. (2001) International Review of Law Computers & Technology, As We May Learn… Web-based Learning, Teaching & Assessment in Law, 15, 3, nine items, 261-379
  2. Maharg, P. (2003) International Review of Law Computers & Technology, BILETA Edition, 17, 1, ten items, pp.1-115
  3. Maharg, P., Muntjewerff, A.J. (2005) The Law Teacher, ‘Special Edition on ICT’, 39, 1, iii-viii, eight items
  4. Bloxham, S., Maharg, P. (2013). European Journal of Law and Technology, BILETA Edition, 4, 1, 12 items.  Issue in honour of Professor Abdul Paliwala.  Available at: http://ejlt.org/index.php/ejlt/. Eight items.
  5. Maharg, P. (2015). European Journal of Law and Technology, BILETA Edition, Legal Education and Technology, 6, 1.  Available at: http://ejlt.org/index.php/ejlt/. Four items.
  6. Maharg, P. (2016). The Law Teacher, ‘Special Edition on Law and Technology’, 50, 1, six items.

 

Refereed Journal Articles (1995-present)

  1. Maharg, P. (1995). Lorimer, Inglis and R.L.S.: law and the kailyard lockup, The Juridical Review, 3, 280-91
  2. Maharg, P. (1996). Contracts: an introduction to the skills of legal writing and analysis, Journal of Information, Law and Technology, 1, 1, http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/jilt/cal/1maharg/default.htm
  3. Maharg, P. (1996). (Re)-telling stories: narrative theory and the practice of client counselling, The Law Teacher, 30, 3, 295-314
  4. Barton, K., Duncan, P., McKellar, P., & Maharg, P. (2000). The Paisley pattern: IT and legal practice in Scotland, Scots Law & Practice Quarterly, 5, 3, 217-239
  5. Maharg, P., (1999). The culture of Mnemosyne: open book assessment and the theory and practice of legal education’ International Journal of the Legal Profession, 6, 2, 219-39.
  6. Maharg, P. (2000). ‘Rogers, constructivism and the jurisprudence of legal education’, International Journal of the Legal Profession, 7, 3, 198-203
  7. Maharg, P., (2000). Law, learning, technology: reiving ower the Borders’, International Review of Law, Computers, Technology, 14, 2, 155-170
  8. Barton, K., McKellar, P., Maharg, P., (2000). Situated learning and the management of learning: a case study, The Law Teacher 34, 2, 141-163
  9. Maharg, P. (2001). Negotiating the web: legal skills learning in a virtual community, International Review of Law Computers & Technology, 15, 3, special edition, ‘Web-based Teaching, Learning & Assessment in Law’, edited Maharg, P., 345-361
  10. Maharg, P. (2001). Introduction: as we may learn…, International Review of Law Computers & Technology, 2001, 15, 3, special edition, ‘Web-based Teaching, Learning & Assessment in Law’, edited Maharg, P., 261-65
  11. Maharg, P., Muntjewerff, A. (2002). Through a screen, darkly: electronic legal education in Europe’, The Law Teacher, ‘Legal Education in Europe’, 36, 3, 2002, 307-332
  12. Maharg, P. (2003). ‘Introduction’ Law, Computers & Technology, Special Issue: BILETA Edition, edited Maharg, P., 17, 1, 3-7
  13. Maharg, P. (2004). Professional legal education in Scotland, Georgia University State Law Review, Summer, 20, 947- 76
  14. Maharg, P., Muntjewerff, A.J. (2005). Editorial: Legal Education and Information Communications Technology (ICT), The Law Teacher, ‘Special Edition on ICT’, 39, 1, iii-viii
  15. McKellar, P., Maharg, P. (2005). Virtual learning environments: the alternative to the box under the bed, The Law Teacher, ‘Special Edition on ICT’, 39, 1, 43-56
  16. Barton, K., Cunningham, Jones, C.G., Maharg, P. (2006). Valuing what clients think: standardized clients and the assessment of communicative competence. Clinical Law Review, 13,1, 1-65 (28,239 words)
  17. Maharg, P. (2006). On the edge: imagining ICT and professional legal learning, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, special issue on Legal Education, edited by Spence, M. (11,542 words)
  18. Maharg, P., Owen, M. (2007). Simulations, learning and the metaverse: changing cultures in legal education, Journal of Information, Law, Technology. Special Issue on law, education, technology, 1, http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/law/elj/jilt/2007_1/maharg_owen (10,382 words)
  19. Duncan, N., Maharg, P. (2007). Black box, Pandora’s box or virtual toolbox? An experiment in a journal’s transparent peer review on the web, International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 21, 2, 109-28 (10,606 words).
  20. Barton, K., McKellar, P., Maharg, P. (2007). Authentic fictions: simulation, professionalism and legal learning, Clinical Law Review, 14, 1, 143-93 (21,074 words)
  21. Agapiou, A., Maharg, P., Nicol, E. (2010). Construction and constructivism: learning contract management and administration via simulated transactions.  Centre for Education in the Built Environment Transactions Journal, 7, 2, 37-54 [ISSN:1745-0322].
  22. Maharg, P. (2012). Sea-change. International Journal of the Legal Profession. Special issue: Symposium in Honour of William Twining, 18, 1&2, 139-64.
  23. Bainbridge, J., Counsell, K., Grealy, F., Maharg, P [lead writer], Mills, J., O’Boyle, R. (2013). iPads in legal learning (iLEGALL): mobile devices in professional legal learning.  European Journal of Law and Technology, 4, 1.  Available at: http://ejlt.org/index.php/ejlt/.
  24. Maharg, P. (2014). Death masks and professional masks: community, values and ethics in legal education.  Published as Máscaras mortuorias y máscaras profesionales: comunidad, valores y ética en la educación juridical, in REDU, Revista de Docencia Universitaria, 12, 12. Número extraordinario.- Monográfico: “La Formación de Graduados en Derecho”.  Available at: http://red-u.net/redu/index.php/REDU/issue/view/76/showToc
  25. Maharg, P. (2014). Convergence and fragmentation: legal research, legal informatics and legal education.  European Journal of Law and Technology, 5, 3.  Available at: http://ejlt.org/index.php/ejlt/.
  26. Ching, J., Maharg, P., Sherr, A., Webb, J. (2015). An overture for well-tempered regulators: four variations on a LETR theme.  The Law Teacher, 49, 2, 143-64.
  27. Maharg, P. (2015). ‘Democracy begins in conversation’: The phenomenology of problem-based learning and legal education.  Nottingham Law Journal, 24, 1.
  28. Maharg, P. (2015). Shared space: regulation, technology and legal education in a global context.  European Journal of Law and Technology, 6, 1.  Available at: http://ejlt.org/index.php/ejlt/.
  29. Maharg, P. (2016).  Editorial: Learning/Technology.  The Law Teacher, ‘Special Edition on Law and Technology’, 50, 1, 15-23.
  30. Maharg, P. (2016). Disintermediation.  The Law Teacher, ‘Special Edition on Law and Technology’, 50, 1, 114-131.

Professional reports and articles

  1. Maharg, P., et al, (1997). The Diploma in Trading Standards: A Curriculum Review (130pp).
    In 1996/97, Director of the Trading Standards Research Group that, in competitive tender for the contract grant of £20,000, was appointed to carry out research into the professional education of Trading Standards Officers throughout the UK.  We reported to the then Local Government Management Board and Institute for Trading Standards.  Our recommendations were the basis for subsequent revisals of the curriculum by the Institute.
  1. Maharg, P. (2001). Professional Competence Course (100pp).
    Research requested by, and conducted on behalf of, the Law Society of Scotland into the design of the Professional Competence Course resulted in a 100-page report containing 22 recommendations to the Law Society Council.  A research grant of £12,000 was made available for this research.  On completion, I was called upon to draft the programme specification and provider guidelines for this national course.
  1. Maharg, P. (2002). ‘Transactional Learning: Web-based Simulations and Legal Education’, Legal Information Management, 2, 4, 8-16. Invited article in BIALL conference special issue
  2. Maharg, P. (2002). ‘IT’s Progress: The Gradual Revolution’, The Legal Executive, February 2002, 8-13. Invited article on special issue on legal education
  3. Maharg, P. (2002-3). Reports to The Law Society of Scotland on Test of Professional Competence Open-Book Pilot Examinations, Phase 1 and Phase 2
  4. Two reports compiled for the Law Society of Scotland on the function and results of the TPC open-book examinations. These reports changed the direction of LSS strategy regarding assessment of professional knowledge and competence.
  5. Anderson, S., Maharg, P., (2003). Minority and Social Diversity in Legal Education
    Research carried out on behalf of the Scottish Executive into forms of ethnic and socioeconomic diversity in Scottish legal education.  Research contract won in competitive bid and conducted with NFO System 3.  Presented to Scottish Executive March 2003 and reported widely in the national and legal press.  To date, still one of pieces of authoritative research on ethnic and social diversity in legal education in Scotland.
  1. Maharg, P. (2003). Curriculum Models for the Diploma in Legal Practice (44pp)
    Report on comparison of the models of professional development in four jurisdictions, namely British Columbia, New South Wales, England & Wales, and Scotland, with a view to comparing the professional training programme in Scotland to each of the other jurisdictions.  This report influenced the wide-ranging review of the Diploma in Legal Practice.
  1. Maharg, P. (2004). Firm foundations, Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 49, 8, 15-18
  2. Maharg, P. (2004). Mind the gaps, Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, 49, 9, 47
  3. Maharg, P. (2004). Virtual firms: transactional learning on the web, The Online Journal of the Law Society of Scotland, http://journalonline.co.uk/article.aspx?id=1001154
  4. McKellar, P., Maharg, P. (2004). Talk about talk: are discussion forums worth the effort? Vocational Teachers’ Forum, Learning in Law Initiative Conference, University of Warwick, http://www.ukcle.ac.uk/resources/vtf/maharg.html.
  5. Maharg, P., (2006). SIMPLE – Simulations for Professional Legal Learning, D-Lib Invited article, 2,000 words
  6. Maharg, P., (2005). Transactional learning environments and professional legal education in Scotland, Bar Examiner, The National Conference of Bar Examiners, USA, edited Walljasper, A..  Invited paper, 2,000 words
  7. Maharg, P., (2005). A portrait of the online tutor as Thelonius Monk, Directions, 11, http://www.ukcle.ac.uk/directions/issue11/maharg.html (2,058 words)
  8. Gould, H., Hughes, M., McKellar, P., Maharg, P., Nicol, E. (2008) SIMulated Professional Learning Environment (SIMPLE). Final Programme Report.  43,239 words, 93pp.
  9. Maharg, P. (2008). Simulation Activities for Client-based Compliance Programmes. Report to law firm Simmons & Simmons, LLP.
  10. Maharg, P., Walker, S. (2008). Learning Technologies Development Unit – Activity Report 2006-2008. Internal Law School report for Law School Review.
  11. Priddle, J., Maharg, P., McKellar, P., Lysaght, D. (2010). Simshare: Project Final Report. University of Warwick, UKCLE.
  12. Maharg, P., Bloxham, S. (2013). Professor Abdul Paliwala – An Appreciation.  European Journal of Law and Technology, 4, 1.  Available at: http://ejlt.org/index.php/ejlt/.
  13. Maharg, P., Bloxham, S. (2013). Editorial: ‘Too many laws, too few examples’.  Regulation, technology, law and legal education.
  14. Maharg, P., Nair, A. (2012). ‘Too many laws, too few examples’.  Regulation, technology, law and legal education.  Essay Introduction, BILETA Conference Handbook
  15. Ching, J., Maharg, P, Webb, J. (2013). Legal Education and Training Review (LETR).  Literature Review.  SRA, BSB, IPS.
  16. Ching, J., Henderson, P., Maharg, P., Sherr, A. (2014). Consultation on the Feasibility of Implementing a Common Entrance Examination in Hong Kong.  Final Report and Recommendations.  May 2014.
  17. Maharg, P. (2014).   European Journal of Law and Technology, 5, 1.  http://ejlt.org/issue/view/23
  18. Maharg, P. (2014).   European Journal of Law and Technology, 5, 2.  http://ejlt.org/issue/view/27
  19. Maharg, P. (2014).   European Journal of Law and Technology, 5, 3.  http://ejlt.org/issue/view/29
  20. Maharg, P. (2014).   European Journal of Law and Technology, 6, 1.  http://ejlt.org/issue/view/26
  21. Maharg, P. (2015). Interview met Paul Maharg.  In De Nieuwe Advocaat.  Nieuwe Kansen voor Ondernemende Advocaten, edited by Christ’l Dullaert, Monique van de Griendt, Juriaan Mensch.  Sdu Uitgevers.  209-13. Den Haag.
  22. Maharg, P. (2015). Res Publica: The early days of a better world.  demos, 1, 1.  http://www.demosproject.net/res-publica-early-days-better-world/

Conference Papers & Presentations

The list of conference presentations is extensive, particularly in recent years, in part as a deliberate strategy to publicise my work in the field of legal education and technology-enhanced learning.  The most recent can be found on the tab Upcoming.

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