Title of Presentation: The Role of National and/or Supranational Networks to Enchance CLE
Names of all Presenters: Abdul Jamil, Filip Czernicki, Margaret Barry, Marguerite Angelari, Odinakaonye Lagi, Panariairat Srichaiyarat, Ulrich Stege
Short Abstract: Law Clinics are present or developing in almost all regions of the world. This development has been supported by motivated clinicians, by law schools, by national and international foundations etc. Another key role are playing national and/or supranational networks for Clinical Legal Education. These networks can be extremely helpful in bringing the rights persons together in order to promote, support and facilitate the creation of CLE programs in a country or across a specific region.
The proposed session at the GAJE conference seeks at: (1) Bringing together key persons interested or involved in the establishment or management of national and international networks for CLE; (2) Mapping the status quo of existing national and transnational networks for CLE worldwide; (3) Discussing the general usefulness of creating national and transnational networks; and (4) Debating issues related to the creation/management of networks.
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