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Legal Education Research Network Showcasing Event 2017

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Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

17 Russell Square

#Charles Clore House

London

WC1B 5DR

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We are pleased to invite you at our annual Showcasing event involving recent grant holders.

We are delighted to tell you that there will be no fewer than six presentations on an exciting and varied range of topics. They are set out below. Remember that short reports on findings will also be available on the website and in the Showcasing event presenters are required not only to tell us about the project and its findings but to reflect on the experience, particularly on the research methods used. These reflections are a very valuable part of the day, especially for research students and those new to researching.

Full agenda is here.

Special guest and Key Note speaker:

Professor Dame Hazell Genn, an exceptionally experienced and innovative researcher. She will share with us her thoughts and reflections on her research activities.


Important celebrations:

We hope you will be there with us to thank Prof. Patricia Leighton for all the great work she has done as a Co-Director of LERN for so many years. It will be a good opportunity to welcome the new co-director, Professor Lisa Webley.


Logistics:

  1. The event will be held at IALS, from 12:15 PM to 4:30 PM.
  2. The fee is £25 for members and £15 for research students.


The research being presented is as follows:

Jane Williams, Swansea University, ’Public Legal education for Children and Young Persons in Wales’

Emma Jones, Open University, ‘Admission Tutors’ perceptions of the Purpose of the Law Degree’

Margaret Downie, Robert Gordon University, ’Improving the Transition from Further Education to Higher Education’

Ambreena Manji and John Harrington, Cardiff University, ‘Mobility and Modernity: Biographical Studies in African and British Legal Education’

Richard Owen, Swansea University, ’How is Legal Education in Wales Responding to the Challenge of Devolution?’(A follow-up)

Helen James and David Chalk, Winchester University, ‘Student use of and Attitudes Towards Law Trove’(A follow-up)

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Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

17 Russell Square

#Charles Clore House

London

WC1B 5DR

United Kingdom

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