The next GAJE Worldwide Conference (9th) will be held in Puebla and Tlaxcala (Mexico) 5-12 December 2017.
The Call for Participation (deadline: 1st June 2017) is available here.
Full details, including the online registration form, can be found on the GAJE website at www.gaje.org/conferences/9th-worldwide-conference.
ENCLE, in association with the International Journal of Clinical Legal Education (IJCLE) and United Kingdom Clinical Legal Education Organisation (CLEO) is organising its 5th ENCLE Conference, entitled “Bringing It All Together: Clinical Legal Educators in the 21st Century University”, from the 3rd-5th July 2017 at the University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.
Please check the conference website regularly for updates on the conference schedule and program.
The 4th ENCLE Conference entitled “Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice for all: from asylum seekers to excluded communities” took place at the Faculty of Law, University of Valencia on the 27th and 28th October 2016 in Valencia (Spain).
The conference brought around 120 clinicians together from across Europe and abroad (more then 20 countries) to discuss all aspects of teaching and learning, learn from each other and share best practices on how to improve legal eductaion and at the same time, the access to justice to, in particular, vulnerable persons, through clinical legal education.
The conference poster is available under the following link: 4th ENCLE Conference Poster.
The conference brochure is available under the following link: Conference Brochure.
Clinical Legal Education (CLE) is a rapidly growing form of legal education across much of Europe. It is widely accepted as a powerful pedagogical model which engages students and universities in the life of the community.
ENCLE is a European Network of persons committed to achieving justice through education. It aims to bring together persons from different countries, who exchange perspectives and work collaboratively from a variety of legal, educational and organizational settings in order to promote justice and increase the quality of law teaching through Clinical Legal Education (CLE).