Centre for Legal Education

A Workshop on Vulnerability and the Organisation of Academic Labour: 25-26 October 2019 Nottingham Trent University

Nottingham Law School, in conjunction with Emory University, will host the Vulnerability and the Organisation of Academic Labour Conference on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October 2019 at Nottingham Trent University. Vulnerability, which arises from the fact that we are embodied beings, is the universal human condition. While this insight is important to understand how human […]

Centre for Legal Education Conference 2020

The next Centre for Legal Education Conference will take place in June 2020 in Nottingham. The theme is ‘Impact and Wellbeing’ and we want your ideas to inform the conference. We’re, therefore, running an open competition to decide the theme for a plenary panel which will take place during the conference (see link below). panel […]

End of term December 2016

The Centre now boasts three Principal Fellows of the Higher Education Academy (Janine, Paul, Jane C) and we were delighted to hear that Matthew has been awarded the very prestigious National Teaching Fellowship in the last round.  Congratulations to Matthew! We were delighted, throughout the autumn, to welcome our visiting scholar from Australian National University, […]

Guest post from Dr Liz Curran, Australian National University (and Visiting Senior Fellow at NLS)

In June this year, as a Nottingham Trent University Senior Fellow, I facilitated three workshops/roundtables at Nottingham Law School. The overarching themes for the three workshops was around the imperatives for ‘New Approaches to Lawyering’, to better meet the needs of community into the future. Each session had a very different focus and participant group. […]

Intellectual Property, Finance and Corporate Governance (1st ed. 12 April 2018) by Dr Janice Denoncourt

The Law Teacher has reviewed CLE member Dr Janice Denoncourt’s book Intellectual Property, Finance and Corporate Governance (1st ed. 12 April 2018) recommending it as a valuable and authoritative learning resource for teaching intellectual property (IP) law and management.   There is now a go-to text to improve our understanding of finance and corporate governance when introducing students to these […]

Land Registration politics and law reform

Nottingham Law School is planning to respond to two consultations concerned with land registration. One is the concerned with a proposal to sell the Land Registry services to a private company, and the other is to update the Land Registration Act 2002. Land registration is a vital part of our land law. When it works […]

LETR: 5 years on

Links to Paul Maharg’s blog covering the recent events at the conference in Leeds: LETR conference: Paper session 1 LETR conference: Professional Panel LETR conference: Parallel papers 2

NLS Client Interviewing Competition 2017/18

The interviewing competition for NLS students has now commenced for 2017. An excellent opportunity for students to improve employability skills for law and non-legal professions. We are using our experience and expertise to train  students in order to  give them confidence in their own abilities to communicate effectively and with the necessary compassion and understanding […]

Publication of NLJ 2018 Vol.1 Special Intellectual Property Law Education Edition

Volume 27(1) of the Nottingham Law Journal 2018 is edited by Dr Janice Denoncourt and features thematically linked articles in support of intellectual property (IP) law education and research.  Dr Sabine Jacques (University of East Anglia) explores the use of gamification in IP law education.  Peter van Dongen (Netherlands Patent Office) and Joe Sekhon (University […]

Publication of Nottingham Law Journal 2018 Special Legal Education Edition

In 2015, a special edition of the Nottingham Law Journal celebrated the outputs of our 2014 international conference, Value of Legal Education. We are delighted to continue this tradition in the newly published Volume 27(2).  This is guest edited by Pamela Henderson and our Visiting Professor, Pat Leighton, provided the editorial. Contributions from the UK, […]