CHAPMAN, Jenny and CHING Jane 2016. The Impact of Alternative Business Structures on Legal Education in Law Firms and Law Schools in the United Kingdom in Innovating Talent Management in Law Firms, ed. by Terri Mottershead (NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education, 2016), pp. 133–69
CHING, J., 2011. Solicitors’ CPD: time to change from regulatory stick to regulatory carrot?, Web Journal of Current Legal Issues. Web Journal of Current Legal Issues (3). http://www.bailii.org/uk/other/journals/WebJCLI/2011/issue3/pdf/ching3.pdf
CHING, J., 2016. “Riding madly off in all directions”: consistency and convergence in professional legal education. In: Directions in Legal Education Conference, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 3-4 June 2016.
Ching, J. , 2017. Let’s not be beastly to the Irish. In: Brexit and the Law School, Keele University, Keele, 30 June 2017. This presentation discusses the potential effects of Brexit on the employability of law students and raises the possibility of an Anglo-Irish double maîtrise degree for the future.
Convergence and fragmentation: legal research, legal informatics and legal education, Paul Maharg. Fragmentation and convergence are two discoursal lenses that have been used to view changes that have taken place in the domains of legal services, the legal profession, regulation and legal education. This paper argues that law schools need to engage with both processes as they are […]
HENDERSON, P., WALLACE, S., JARMAN, J. and HODGSON, J., 2012. Solicitors Regulation Authority: CPD Review. Research report for external body. Nottingham: Nottingham Law School. http://www.sra.org.uk/sra/news/wbl-cpd-publication.page
JARMAN, J., 2008. Proposals for a new vocational and professional framework for trade mark attorneys. Research report for external body.
JARMAN, J., 2010. Review of the educational requirements of intellectual property litigators and advocates for IPREG. Research report for external body. IPREG
JARMAN, J., 2015. Why is Outcome 7.6 frightening lawyers? The Law Society Gazette. ISSN 1355-7971 http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/law/practice-points/why-is-outcome-76-frightening-lawyers/5049794.fullarticle
The Legal Education Group is a discussion group, organised by the Centre for Legal Education but open to everyone (including, if your line manager says yes, subject administrators). It positively benefits from bringing together people from across the school. The spring meeting focussed on: “What has happened since the Legal Education and Training Review report?” […]