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All presentations will relate to the IJCLE themes:

  • Clinic, the University and Society
    How clinic contributes to civic society, social justice and the University’s contribution
  • Teaching and Learning in Clinic
    Integrating clinic in the curriculum
  • Research on the Impact of Clinic
    Evidence for the impact of clinic on students’ employability

Papers will also relate to the ACCLE/ IJCLE conference themes (examples of papers and topics given below):

  • Developing new clinics
    The governance of clinics within the university – what are advantages and challenges to various models?
    Community needs assessment – how to assess unmet legal needs?
    The focus of new clinics and the provision of services
  • The range of clinical provision
    How student clinics complement or compete with existing legal services
    Partnerships to leverage clinic reach in the community
  • Working with particular groups
    The role of clinic in austerity:are we letting governments off the hook in respect of access to justice?
    Existing and emerging patterns in client-group focused clinics: from immigrants and women towards broader anti-discrimination provision?
  • Learning for clinical educators
    Problem based learning and students’ performance on black letter law exams
    Supervision – professional development and recognition
    Evidence that student outcomes are differentially impacted by clinical experience
  • Clinics in Canada
    Critical clinical needs on the ground in Canada
    The status of clinic in legal education in the Canadian context
    Evidence of impact of clinical programs for clients, community partners and students
    Clinical programs and vulnerable clients - increasing access to justice and embracing diversity

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