6th ENCLE conference

Start
20th September 2018
End
21st September 2018 (All day)
Address
Campus Luigi Einaudi, Lungo Dora Siena, Turin, Metropolitan City of Turin, Italy   View map

“Clinical Legal Education: Innovating Legal Education In Europe.”

The European Network for Clinical Legal Education is organising its 6th ENCLE Conference at the Faculty of Law of the University of Turin (Turin/Italy) from the 20th and 21th September 2018. The CALL FOR PROPOSALS has been published!

 

All information about the conference themes and the submission process can be found in the CALL FOR PROPOSALS.

 

Session proposals should be submitted online using the following online Proposal Submission Form. The final deadline for submitting a session proposal is the 31st May 2018!

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The European Network for Clinical Legal Education (ENCLE) will organise its annual conference

in cooperation with the Department of Law of the University of Turin and the International

University College of Turin, at the Campus Luigi Einaudi of Turin, Italy.

Over recent years, Clinical Legal Education in Europe has contributed to develop the quality of

law teaching, improve the skills and qualification of young legal professionals, enhance access

to justice for many communities (for example, refugees, prisoners, persons with disabilities

etc). We have been able to start a real European movement of law clinics inspiring new and

innovative social justice and law teaching projects.

The ENCLE conference is therefore an important annual meeting point, aimed at bringing

clinicians together from across Europe to discuss and reflect upon all aspects of teaching and

learning. We want to learn from each other and share best practice on how to improve legal

education in Europe and enhance access to justice for those most vulnerable in our societies.

In addition, it helps clinicians from Europe and around the world to step back and reflect

together about their clinical practice from a more conceptual point of view. In particular, the

conference aims to investigate the spread, the evolution and the quality of Clinical Legal

Education in Europe, understanding common features, best practices and future challenges.

The conference will include a range of sessions including workshops, paper presentations,

plenaries and panel discussions. The sessions will be designed to encourage participation,

stimulate discussion, share best practices and enhance the clinical movement across Europe.