The Open University Law School and the Legal Education Research Network are holding its annual Futures of Legal Education and Practice conference on Thursday, 20 September from 10.00am - 4.30pm at The Open University’s Milton Keynes campus.
This conference will give participants the opportunity to explore the current and potential opportunities and challenges both facing legal education and legal practice. The conference’s keynote speakers include Professor Anthony Bradney of Keele University, Professor Richard Collier of Newcastle University, Dana Denis-Smith, co-founder of Obelisk Legal Support Solutions and the founder of the integrative law movement, J. Kim Wright. There will also be a plenary panel and a number of streams covering a diverse and exciting range of topics and formats, plus a Legal Changemakers Café session and a workshop led by Chetna Bhatt, Co-Founder of Being Lawyers.
Proposals are now welcomed for inclusion within these streams. Proposals must be submitted by 5pm Friday 17 August.
Tickets are now available for this event.
No refunds will be given for this event. No refund will be given to delegates who fail to attend.