The 15th Annual IJCLE (International Journal of Clinical Legal Education) Conference, “Bringing It All Together: Clinical Legal Educators in the 21st Century University” was held at Northumbria University between the 3rd and 5th July 2017 in association with CLEO (Clinical Legal Education Organisation) and ENCLE (European Network for Clinical Legal Education).
Over 170 delegates attended from around over 20 different countries from around the globe.
Delegates came from Australia, Canada, the USA and across Europe to share knowledge, experiences and deliberate current issues facing clinicians in the clinical legal education field. Papers, seminars and PechaKuchas were presented across a range of themes, including;
• The clinician and community needs
• The clinician and research into the impact of clinic
• The clinician and academic identity
• The clinician and curriculum and student learning
As part of the conference, CLEO held their third annual general meeting following the first day of proceedings. More information regarding the conference proceeding and CLEOs AGM can be accessed by following the links below;
• IJCLE conference proceedings
• CLEO AGM