Legal Education
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

1A       Amanda Zacharopoulou  and  Alice Diver (Ulster)

           Transition and belonging – a programme of change in induction practice for first-year                      law students

1B       Fiona Cownie (Keele)

           Considering the UK’s first woman law professor: an Archerian analysis

1C        Angela Donaldson (Nottingham), Graham Ferris (Nottingham) and Emma Flint                          (Birmingham City)

            An invitation to the research community


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A       Chris Gallavin (Canterbury, New Zealand)

            The Reorientation of a Law School Toward Greater Community Relevance

2B        Pat Leighton (University of South Wales)

            Who were the first Law teachers?

2C       Wilson Chow and Michael Ng (Hong Kong University)

            Legal Education without the law – Lay Clients as Teachers and Assessors in                                           Communication Skills in Hong Kong


Session 3 Friday 12 September 2014 09.30-11.00 Room

3A       Rebecca Huxley-Binns (Nottingham), Paul Maharg (Nottingham and Australian                          National University), Jo Ann Boylan-Kemp (Nottingham), Pamela Henderson                                (Nottingham)

            Laminated learning on a global scale (up)

3B        Diana Richards (University College London)

            An empirical study on attitudes towards judicial education at the turn of the 21st                                 century

3C       Laura Milner (Hull)

            Developing practical legal skills in the curriculum in partnership with students and                             practitioners: evaluation and impact


Session 4 Friday 12 September 2014 11.30-13.00 Room

4A       Dawn Watkins and Maribel Canto-Lopez (Leicester)

            Developing Legal Literacy with Children in Key stage 2

4B      Caroline Gibby (Newcastle)

            Paralegal education: Is there a place within Higher Education?

Other

Thursday 11 September 2014 17.30 – 18.30

Special Legal Education session on wellbeing in law schools and the legal profession led by Rachael Field (QUT, Australia): an introduction to the work of the Australian Wellness Network and a discussion about the place for such a network in the UK. 

Abstracts

Who were the first professional law teachers? An historical investigation by Patricia Leighton1.
WHO WERE THE FIRST LAW TEACHERS? by P Leighton.
Considering the U.K.’s first woman law professor; an Archerian analysis by Fiona Cownie.
The Reorientation of a Law School Toward Greater Community Relevance by Chris Gallavin.
Critiquing the epistemological focus of Australian undergraduate legal education by Michael McShane.
Legal Education without the Law by Wilson CHOW and Michael NG.
An empirical study on attitudes towards judicial education at the turn of the 21st century the 21st century by Diana Richards.
Paralegal education: Is there a place within Higher Education? by Caroline Gibby.
Developing practical legal skills in the curriculum in partnership with students and practitioners: evaluation and impactts and by Laura Milner Hull.
Teaching and Learning with the Leicester Legal Eagles by Dawn Watkins and Maribel Canto-Lopez.
Developing Legal Literacy with Children in Key stage 2: Teaching and Learning with the Leicester Legal Eagles by WATKINS.
The four R’s of an LLB: Referencing, Research, Relatedness and Rhetorical Competence An invitation to the research community by Angela Donaldson, Graham Ferris, Emma Flint .
Laminated learning on a global scale (up) by Rebecca Huxley-Binns and others.

Papers

Paralegal education: Is there a place within Higher Education? by Caroline Gibby.
Legal Education without the Law – Lay Clients as Teachers and Assessors in Communication Skills in Hong Kong by Wilson Chow and Michael Ng.

Posters

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