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Draft Conference Timetable

ENCLE - IJCLE 2019

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Wednesday 3rd July

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09.00-09.30 Registration for Pre-conference bonus workshop European Best Practice Standards

09.30-11.00 Free workshop for all delegates: European Best Practice Standards – International and European Perspectives

11.00-11.30 11.00-11.30 Morning Coffee

11.30-12.45 Workshop European Best Practice Standards– International and European Perspectives continues

12.45-13.45 Lunch and Full Conference Registration and payment for optional dinner

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13.45-15.00 Parallel session 1

A Presentations

Shaun McCarthy

Law on the Beach

Emma Goodwin

Legal Advocacy Support Project: clinical legal education outside of the curriculum in partnership with a community law centre, providing access to justice, supporting and inspiring advocates, and shaping the next generation of social welfare lawyers

Maria del Val Bolivar Onoro

Connecting Dissertation Topics and Reality

Tomas Friedel and Marek Zima

Being a Street Lawyer in Prague: 10 Years of Ups and Downs, and What We Took from It

Samantha Rasiah

The image of a Law Degree

Jason Tucker

Piloting a Family Law Self-Help Clinic

Laura Hyde

Can clinical legal education help increase diversity in the legal profession? 

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B Educating Future Lawyers

Richard Grimes, Michal Urban, Jo Milne, Petronilla Sylvester, Katarina Kukanová, Rebecca Samaras

The experimental experiential exercise

Interactive Seminar

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C Educating Future Lawyers

Lyndsey Bengtsson

Evaluation of the introduction of policy/law reform clinic at Northumbria University: influencing law and policy reform as an effective teaching tool for students

Paper

Jodi Gardner, Mary Spector

Bringing Clinical Legal Education to Cambridge University: The Trials and Opportunities

Paper

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15.00-16.20 Conference opening and Keynote: Professor Melanie Walker Why (epistemic) justice matters

16.20-16.45 Coffee and Group Photo

16.45-18.45 ENCLE General Assembly

19.30 Optional Dinner Bratislava Flagship Restaurant, Námestie SNP 8, Bratislava. Sign up deadline 21st June, payment for optional dinner during conference registration

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Thursday 4th July

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08.30-09.00 Rick Roe will lead an optional mindfulness meditation session. No preparation necessary.  Beginners welcome

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09.00-10.30 Parallel Session 2

A Interdisciplinary approaches

Paula Galowitz, Catherine Klein, Ulrich Stege

The Role of Risk Taking in Justice Education

Extended Interactive Seminar

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B Educating Future Lawyers

Alina Starosta

Teaching effective legal counseling as the heart of legal problem-solving: diagnostic lessons from psychology for Clinical legal programs

Paper

Przemek Kubiak

The Role of Soft Skills of Future Lawyers' Wellbeing - Positive PsychologyWorkshop

Interactive Seminar

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C The role of CLE/Educating Future Lawyers

Ketevan Iremashvili

Introducing Interdisciplinary Approach In Mediation: Self-awareness as a key to success

Paper

Alex Nair

Achieving social justice through effective mediation and negotiation skills

Paper

Allison Wolfreys

Shaping a new type of Hearing : Training Future Lawyers in Online Mediation - insights from a pilot project

Paper

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D Educating Future Lawyers/Interdisciplinary Approaches

Stefan Krieger

Oral History as a Method for Advancing Justice and Educating for a Just Society

Paper

Liz Fisher-Frank

Outreach Clinics in areas of Deprivation – Shaping Student Aspirations and Contributions to Society

Paper

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10.30-11.00 Morning Coffee

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11.00-12.30 Parallel Session 3

A Researching the Impact  

Victoria Roper

Confronting competing interests in clinic – Is the purpose of clinical legal education to educate lawyers for a just society?

Interactive Seminar

Filip Czernicki

Sustainability as the impact-factor for Clinical Legal Education. Lessons learned from Polish experience

Interactive Seminar

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B Technology

Maria Gerdes

Navigating the Muddy Waters of Pro Bono Advice - How LegalTech can Improve the Access to Legal Advice

Paper

Lucy Yeatman, Julia Babiarz

The potential and limitations of technology to help litigants in person access justice.

Paper

Lourens Grové

Technology as an access to justice capacity multiplier in Law Clinics

Paper

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C Clinical Legal Education: Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives Part 1 

Hugh McFaul

Virtue Ethics and Clinical Legal Education

Paper 1 in a series of 7

Mutaz Qafisheh

A Theory of Practice? How Legal Clinics May Transform the Concept of “Theory” in Legal Education?

Paper 2 in a series of 7

Hugh McFaul

Clinical Legal Education and the Education 4 Justice Initiative

Paper 3 in a series of 7

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D The role of CLE/Educating Future Lawyers

Renáta Kálmán

Legal Clinic as an exotic phenomenon in Hungary

Paper

Freda Grealy

‘Hitting the ‘sweet spot’. Character development, effectiveness factors and the perceptions of newly qualified solicitors in Ireland on their Street Law experiences.

Paper

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12.30-13.30 Lunch

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13.30-15.15 Parallel Session 4

A Climate Change/Environmental Justice   

Steven Levett, Shaila Pal, Sara Boulton

Global action for climate justice

Interactive Seminar

Michael Robinson-Dorn

Environmental Justice in Clinical Legal Education: Helping to Bend the Arc (or build the Ark)

Paper

Amari Omaka Chukwu

Going-Green and Clean: The EBSU Law Clinic Role in Combating Climate Change

Paper

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B Role of CLE and Educating Future Lawyers

Andres Gascon-Cuenca, Francesca Malzani, Carla Ghitti

Taking Human Rights Seriously. International Standards, National Regulations and Legal Clinics.

Interactive Seminar

Zvonimir Jelinic

Defining the concept of law clinics as a basis for developing clinical standards

Paper

Mariia Tsypiashchuk, Andrii Halai, Yuliia Lomzhets, Ashot Agaian

Innovative Tools for Legal Clinical Education's Quality Assessment

Paper

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C Clinical Legal Education: Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives Part 2

Getachew Assefa

Legal pluralism and CLE in Ethiopia

Paper 4 in a series of 7

Su Robertson

Bourdieu and Clinical Legal Education

Paper 5 in a series of 7

Gülriz Uygur

Seeing Injustice (In times of crisis) and clinical legal education

Paper 6 in a series of 7

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D Educating Future Lawyers

Timothy Casey

A Pathway to Ethical Practice

Paper

Hana Draslarová

Values in the (clinical) legal education: Perspectives from the Czech Republic

Paper

Jo Milne

Ethics, Professionalism, Values – Having the conversation

Paper

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15.15-15.45 Afternoon Coffee

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15.45-17.15 Parallel Session 5

A Educating Future Lawyers/Interdisciplinary approaches  

Siobhan Cullen, Bronagh Heverin, Richard Roe

Learning as Meaning Making: Adapting Street Law to Energize Mainstream Legal and Other University Education

Interactive Seminar

Pilar Fernandez Artiach, Jose Elias Esteve, Raquel Vanyo, Enrique García Tort

Benefits of the integration of pedagogy students in Street Law programs

Interactive Seminar

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B Researching the Impact 

Larry Donnelly

What a difference a decade (or so) makes? Reflections on feedback from past clinic students.

Paper

Lucy Blackburn, Stephanie Jones

Clinical Legal Education and the Strategic Learner

Paper

Kerry Trewern, Rhona McNair

Shaping future lawyers’ aspirations and contributions to a just society - what happens when you have reluctant students and no traditional law clinic?

Paper

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C Clinical Legal Education: Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives Part 3

This session is intended for those who have attended Parts 2 and 3

Omar Madhloom

Kantian ethics and client autonomy

Paper 7 in a series of 7

Discussion

Chair: Hugh McFaul

Discussant: Elaine Hall

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D Educating Future Lawyers/Researching the Impact

Sheena Shukkur, P.K Firos

Fixing the Role of Clinicians, Educating Future Lawyers and the Legal Literacy Clinics

Paper

Hannah Menard, Gemma Sweetman

Evaluating the impact that changes to increase student engagement have had on both students and the local community.

Paper

Klara Adamkova

High school mock trials – are they effective method of improving legal literacy?

Paper

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19.00 Conference Dinner FACH Restaurant

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Friday 5th July

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08.30-09.00 Rick Roe will lead an optional mindfulness meditation session. No preparation necessary.  Beginners welcome

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09.00-10.30 Parallel Session 6

A The role of CLE/Educating Future Lawyers      

Tamás Barabas

How to use legal clinics to sustain a more resilient civil society in Europe?

Interactive Seminar

Peter Curos

Methods of Teaching: A Necessity of Teaching Legal Ethics in CEE Countries

Paper

Jan Mazur, Lucia Berdisová

Lawyers' Ethics in Clinical Legal Education in Slovakia: challenges and prospects

Paper

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B Research/Educating Future Lawyers

Alina Kislova

Transformative learning in legal education

Paper

Riette du Plessis

Decolonising the CLE curriculum

Paper

Sebastien Tournaux, Marie Deramat

The development of methodological and ideological students’ autonomy through clinical legal education

Paper

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C Research/Educating Future Lawyers

Su Robertson

More than Just Law: Valuing the Social Heart of Clinical Legal Education

Paper

John Gealfow

Legal Awareness Index – a tool for measuring ability to understand the law and ability to act in “good” way in legally relevant situations

Paper

Tribe Mkwebu

Striving for the Preservation of a Free Society: The Role of Clinical Legal Education

Paper

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10.30-11.00 Coffee

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11.00-12.30 Parallel Session 7

A Educating Future Lawyers/ The role of CLE  

Gillian Dutton

International Externships – How Effective Programs Can, and Should, Provide Students the Critical Skills, Social Justice Values and Knowledge for Global Practice

Paper

Maryam Abdulkadir

The Role of Law Clinics In the Fight Against Statelessness in Nigeria

Paper

Luba Krasnitskaya

Human rights components in clinical legal education

Paper

Ewelina Milan-Gee, Peter Gee, Pawel Klimek

Mediation and other skills improvement as the next steps in the Polish clinical movement development

Paper

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B Educating Future Lawyers

Nancy Maurer, Leah Wortham, Catherine Klein

More Roads to Rome: Unpacking Assumptions and Considering Alternative Conceptions for Educating Lawyers for a Just Society

Interactive Seminar

Anna Cody

Just us or justice? How much should we encourage students to interrogate their identity and privilege when talking about justice?

Interactive Seminar

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C The role of CLE

Alan Russell

Bridging the Justice Gap with LawTech? First results from an interdisciplinary clinical project at London South Bank University'

Paper

Naomi-Ellen Speechley, Holly Greenwood

What happened to Innocence Projects?

Paper

James Sandbach, Clare Johnson

Impacting Justice: The contribution of clinical legal education and law school clinics to pro bono and access to justice in England and Wales

Paper

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12.30-13.30 Lunch

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13.30-14.30 Parallel Session 8

A Educating Future Lawyers  

Nadire Ozdemir, Gülriz Uygur

Involvement of the Court of Cassation in Clinical Legal Education: Lessons from Turkey

Paper

Cristina Amato

Filing cases: what role for future lawyers?

Paper

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B Technology

Christopher Simmonds

Contracting Technology: Exploring the use of technology in clinical teaching using relational contracting theory

Interactive Seminar

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C Educating Future Lawyers

Claire McGourlay, Caroline Hoyle

Uniting for Justice – Connecting, Coordinating and Collaborating through the Justice Hub

Interactive Seminar

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14.30-15.00 Conference close including presentation of the STARS project: Elise Poillot

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