Reinventing Legal Education
How Clinical Education Is Reforming The Teaching And Practice Of Law In Europe
Reinventing Legal Education explores how clinical legal education - a new frontier for European public interest lawyering - is reforming law teaching and practice in Europe.
|Titel:||Reinventing Legal Education|
|auteur:||Alemanno, Alberto (EDT)/ Khadar, Lamin (EDT)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|Afmetingen:||162 x 234 x 23|
Introduction; Part I. Where Have We Come From and What Have We Learned? Reflections on the First Wave of Clinical Legal Education in Europe (Mid 1990s to mid 2000s): 1. Reflections on US involvement in the promotion of clinical legal education in Europe; 2. Poland as the success story of clinical legal education in Central and Eastern Europe. Achievements, setbacks and ongoing challenges; Part II. Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going? Insights into the Second Wave of Clinical Legal Education in Europe (Mid 2000s into the Present): A. National Perspectives on Clinical Legal Education in Europe: Exploring the Strength and Diversity of National Clinical Movements: 3. The emergence of an Italian clinical legal education movement: the University of Brescia law clinic; 4. A new dawn in the Czech clinical movement: the clinical programme at the Law School of Palacký University in Olomouc; 5. Towards the institutionalization of legal clinics in Spain: the Environmental Law Clinic at Universitat Rovira i Virgili; 6. Law clinics in France through the prism of the Fundamental Rights Law Clinic University of Caen Normandy; B. The Europeanisation of Clinical Legal Education: How Clinical Legal Education is being adapted for European Law and European Issues: 7. On the front line of the migrant crisis: the Human Rights and Migration Law Clinic (HRMLC) of Turin; 8. The Refugee Rights Movement and the birth of clinical legal education in Germany: Humboldt Law Clinic Human and Fundamental Rights, Berlin and Refugee Law Clinic Hamburg (Germany); 9. The EU Public Interest Clinic and the case for EU law clinics; 10. The EU Rights Clinic at the University of Kent in Brussels: EU free movement law in action; C. Between Europe and the World: Exploring Internationalisation within the European Clinical Movement: 11. The Human Rights Law Clinic at Ghent University; 12. Clinical legal education at Central European University, Budapest: a small project with big ambitions in a supportive institution; 13. The International Human Rights Clinic at SOAS; 14. The experience of the Åbo Akademi University International Human Rights; 15. The International Economic Law Clinic at the Graduate Institute in Geneva; 16. The Amsterdam International Law Clinic; Conclusion.
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