The Centre for Legal Education at Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University, is pleased to announce its fifth international conference. The conference will be held largely online, with two sessions a day on 13th – 16th June 2022 and, we anticipate, a blended online/face to face session on 17th June.
We invite participants from the whole range of legal education contexts. This includes, for example, professional regulators and professional bodies; legal sector employers; researchers whose work has an impact on law students, law teachers or legal practitioners, librarians and information professionals; stakeholders in and users of research, psychologists, professional support lawyers; training principals and pupillage supervisors; CPD/CLE providers; academic, vocational and postgraduate course designers and teachers; research and other students; and young lawyers. We also extend our welcome to participants from outside England and Wales.
We anticipate that sub-themes for this year’s conference will include:
- Student experience
- Multidisciplinary legal education and outliers (eg legal education in social work, journalism, built environment, medicine)
- Professional communities and identity
- Supporting each other: Relationships between providers/students/regulators
- Innovations by design or necessity
- Acknowledging diversity in culture and community issues
More information about the conference, including booking arrangements, the call for papers and the template for proposals are now available at https://www.ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2022/community-creativity-and-culture-in-legal-education. The call for papers closes on 7th February 2022. The organisers can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org.