We view the terms “legal education” and “legal services sector” as broad definitions that are not limited to what happens in universities or workplaces, or even in the traditional legal professions. Nor do we believe that legal education is of interest only to those of us who live in common law jurisdictions. The CWL was founded when the Faculty of Law was founded in 1988. CWL strives to consider the law and the legal process from a gender perspective and to administer programs. We conduct theoretical and empirical research. Some of us collaborate with colleagues from other disciplines, including education, psychology, and medical education. Some of us work with professional regulators in the UK and elsewhere, as well as bodies such as the Academy of Higher Education and the International Association of Legal Ethics. These included reforms of legal education structures in the United Kingdom for the professions of lawyers, lawyers, legal executives, trade mark attorneys and licensed carriers. This involved us in research outside the UK, for example in Canada, Hong Kong and Mauritius. Many of us work with colleagues from other institutions. The Environmental Law Clinic`s initiative is a torchbearer of USNG`s mission to translate legal knowledge and skills into a tool that addresses the country`s environmental concerns by providing the Forum, the Institution.

CLE has become a national centre for research and advice on legal education and practice improvement. We have worked on a variety of projects, many of which are related to the legal profession and other professions. Our aim is to transform legal education in the UK and around the world by working with others to understand what works in legal education and why, and to analyse the shape and future of the legal profession. Founded in 1997, the Centre for Environmental Law Education, Research and Advocacy (CEERA) is a research centre focused on research and policy advocacy in the field of environmental law. Development of a database on environmental law. The school is located on city grounds, next to Nottingham city centre. Our teaching and study facilities are excellent and include dedicated classrooms, an electronic law library and access to the university`s virtual learning environment, as well as a number of courtrooms. We offer full-time, part-time and distance learning courses to meet the needs of students. Our centre does research on legal education.

We cooperate nationally and internationally with those active in the field of education in the legal sector and in other jurisdictions around the world. We explore how legal education can be improved, how we can better understand its history and relationships with other disciplines, and how it can be better regulated. The Centre for Legal Education at Nottingham Law School fosters the excellence and innovation of the Faculty of Law in academic and professional legal education. The Centre integrates research, direct fieldwork and teaching on children`s rights; and uses social law law and strategies as transformative social change tools to enable children to live in dignity. The specific objective of the CCL is to ensure social justice, human rights and quality of life for all children in India, with a focus on equitable education, care, protection and justice for marginalized and excluded children. We have a long history of providing quality legal education, our Bachelor of Laws and co-op degrees have been established for over 40 years. Students receive career guidance throughout their stay with us, which helps us keep our employment rates consistently high. NLS is the Faculty of Law of the University of Nottingham Trent in the United Kingdom. The Centre for Legal Education (CLE) was established in 2012 and is at the heart of NLS`s research and advisory activities in legal education and practice improvement. Our mission is: You study in excellent conference and seminar rooms. The e-Law Library and its collection of legal reports and documents can be accessed from the Boots Library near the NYC City School of Law School or off-campus via the University`s Virtual Learning Environment (NOW). We also have a number of fantastic courtrooms and pleading facilities to help you hone your legal skills in a realistic environment.

There are three authentic wood-paneled courtrooms in the Chaucer building, two with a criminal court and one with a civil court, as well as three special moot court rooms. Please enter here Guest speakers regularly visit the Faculty of Law and provide important insight into the legal profession and a range of current topics. Our work is varied and varied. Some of us would call ourselves legal realists; others than pluralists. Some of us are developing innovative programs and pedagogical approaches, including work on skills delivery, experiential and reflective learning, and curriculum design. Others deal with student well-being, the assessment of legal learning, the teaching of legal values and ethics, or the place of digital technologies in legal learning. Our close links with leading law firms, Inns of Court, Chambers and the judiciary at regional, national and international levels ensure that all our teaching is relevant to current legal practice. “Since graduating, the types of clients I deal with on a daily basis have changed significantly. Before my LLM, I mainly dealt with Italian clients, but now I have much more contact with colleagues and clients from different jurisdictions. My studies at Nottingham Law School have improved my knowledge of Community law as well as the ability to express myself in legal English, and I have much more confidence in these areas. Since Hugo Grotius described the sea as the common heritage of humanity, the “commons” have been the subject of judicial investigations at the international level. With increasing commodification, privatization and appropriation of what is precious.

Nottingham Law School is one of the largest law schools in the UK. We offer a wide range of courses covering all areas of legal education, including: undergraduate and law transformation, graduate degrees, including Master of Laws, for those seeking a legal career, and practitioner courses that provide continuing education and professional development to practicing lawyers. Call all NLS students with this exclusive event during Pro Bono Week (November 7-11). If you`d like to participate, register early in your NLS Legal learning room on NOW! Send your questions to the panel at nlslegalevents@ntu.ac.uk Nottingham Law School With over 100 full-time lecturers and 2,800 students, the school has a lot to offer ahead of the event. Many of our employees receive prestigious awards or nominations. We have a thriving research community, many of whom are internationally recognized as leading researchers in their fields. The Faculty of Law`s researchers are particularly active in corporate, insolvency and health law and our three research centres are: the Centre for Economic Law and Insolvency, the Centre for Legal Education and the Centre for Conflict, Rights and Justice. “I do a variety of activities during a typical workday. I often attend labour court hearings, but when I am in the office, I mainly focus on labour and social security advice or legal research on these issues.

We are all committed to our work, our students and the cause of legal education in all its forms and everywhere.