CLE conference, day 2, session 2

Third plenary, Craig Newbery-Jones, Plymouth University Law School, on 'The courage to walk into the darkness, strength to return to the light.  Technological experimentation within legal education and legal practice'.  I've published Craig's work in the past - he has a highly sophisticated view of digital technologies and their uses in legal education, well worth …

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Keynote 2: Technology makes you a better lawyer, not a techie

Second keynote, this time from Ludwig Bull, a student from Cambridge (when did you last attend a legal ed conference, or indeed any conference, where a student presents...?).  Avid readers of my blog will remember that I've already posted on his achievements.  He started his keynote with a 3-D model of citations of Donoghue vs …

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CLE conference, session 2

The first parallel session and I'm blogging Janice Denoncourt from NLS on 'Interdisciplinary legal education: embedding IP law in Business programmes'.  Janice has already been published on the subject but she adapts her interdisciplinary approaches very neatly for legal education. Janice is talking about IP law and legal education, and argues that law schools need …

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Brian Inkster: Clicks and Bricks: Legal IT the Inksters way (PH)

Here we go! Getting the ball rolling at our CLE Conference is our first keynote speaker, Brian Inkster. Brian is the founder and CEO of Inksters Solicitors with offices in Glasgow, Forfar, Inverness, Portree, Wick and a visiting base in Lerwick. Brian is actively expanding Inksters' reach throughout Scotland with the aim of making his …

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