Peer-reviewed Works

Greaves, K. (2016). Computer-Aided Qualitative Analysis of Social Media for Teachers and Students in Legal Education. The Law Teacher, 50(01), 24-43. doi:10.1080/03069400.2016.1146462

Lynch, J., & Greaves, K. (in press). Michel de Certeau: Understanding practice and practic-ing research In J. Rowlands, A. Skourdoumbis, T. Gale, & J. Lynch (Eds.), Diffractive readings in practice: Trajectories in theory, fields and professions. Routledge.

Greaves, K. (2015). Australian PLT Practitioners Engagements with Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. (PhD thesis), Deakin University, Geelong, Australia.

Greaves, K. (2015, 7 July 2015). Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Post-Graduate Legal Education Practice in an (Un)certain World. Paper presented at the HERDSA Annual Conference: Learning for Life and Work in a Complex World, Melbourne.

Greaves, K. (2015). Is scholarship of teaching and learning in practical legal training a professional responsibility? The Law Teacher, 49(1), 22-38. doi:10.1080/03069400.2014.991203

Greaves, K. (2014). Re-Imagining Practical Legal Training Practitioners – Soldiers for ‘Vocationalism’, or Double Agents? Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, 7(1/2), 101-118.

Greaves, K. (2014, 25 October 2014). Professional Turns: The Juridical Field, Australian Practical Legal Training Practitioners, and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Presentation at the ISSOTL14, Quebec City, Canada.

Greaves, K. (2014, 25 April 2014). The Forks of Law: Structure and Agency in Australian Post-Graduate Pre- Admission Practical Legal Training. Presentation at the British Sociological Association Annual Conference – Changing Society, University of Leeds, UK.

Greaves, K. (2014, 13 April 2014). ‘O Where Are You Going? O Do You Imagine?’* Reproduction and Response – A Reflexive Sociology of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Practical Legal Training. Presentation at the Association of Law Teachers Annual Conference – Responding to Change, Leeds, UK.

Galloway, K., Greaves, K., & Castan, M. (2013). Gatecrashing The Research Paradigm: Effective Integration Of Online Technologies In Maximising Research Impact And Engagement In Legal Education. Journal of the Australasian Law Teachers Association, 6(1/2), 83-91.

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, 22(1&2), 147-175.

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, 5(1/2), 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, 5(1/2), 177-188.