These resources may be of interest to legal academics.
- Rachael Field Promoting Law Student Wellbeing through the Curriculum (2014)
- Council of Australian Law Deans, Promoting Law Student Well-Being Good Practice Guidelines for Law Schools (2013) CALDwellbeingguidelinesfinal
- Allan Judy and Baron, Paula, “Buttercup Goes to Law School” 29 (2004) Alternative Law Journal 285 Buttercup29Altlj285
- Natalia Antolak-Saper, Lloyd England and Anthony Lester, ‘Health and Wellbeing in the First Year: The Law School Experience’ (2011) 36(1) Alternative Law Journal 47.
- Baron, Paula, ‘Thriving in the Legal Academy’ (2007) 17 Legal Education Review 27.
- Castan Melissa, Paterson Jeannie, Richardson Paul Watt Helen and Dever Maryanne, Early Optimism? First-Year Law Students’ Expectations and Aspirations. (2010) LER .
- Field, Rachael, and Sally Kift, ‘Addressing the High Levels of Psychological Distress in Law Students Through Intentional Assessment and Feedback Design in the First Year Law Curriculum’ (2010) 1(1) International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education 65.
- Field, Rachael and Duffy, James; ‘Law student psychological distress, ADR and sweet-minded, sweet-eyed hope‘ Australasian Dispute Resolution Journal, 23 (3), pp. 195-203
- Galloway, Kate, Bradshaw, Rachel, Dunbar, Neil, and Fellows Jamie, Approaches to Student Support in the First Year of Law School (2011) 21 LER 235.
- James, Colin, Lawyer Dissatisfaction, Emotional Intelligence and Clinical Legal Education 18 (2008) Legal Education Review jameslawyerdissatisfaction
- Larcombe Wendy, et al Does an Improved Experience of Law School Protect Students Against Depression, Anxiety and Stress? An Empirical Study of Wellbeing and the Law School Experience of LLB and JD Students (2013) 35 Sydney Law Review
- Townes O’Brien, Molly, Tang, Stephen, and Hall Kath, Changing our Thinking: Empirical Research on Law Student Wellbeing, Thinking Styles and the Law Curriculum (2011) LER OBrienetal2011
- Sheldon K M, & Krieger J D, Does Legal Education have Undermining Effects on Law Students? Evaluating Changes in Motivation, Values, and Well-Being (2004) 22 Behavioral Sciences and the Law 261–286.
- Sheldon K M, & Krieger J D, Understanding the Negative Effects of Legal Education on Law Students: A Longitudinal Test of Self-Determination Theory (2007) 33 PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN 883.
Papers from the 2013 Wellness for Law forum are located under the ‘Forums’ tab or via the QUT Law Review Special Edition 2014.