Francine Ryan and Hugh McFaul, Co-Directors of the Open Justice Centre, shared the impressive work of the Open Justice Centre with alumni at an OpenMINDS Live event on Wednesday 26 May.
The legal duo revealed how the Open Justice centre seeks to improve access to justice through the provision of free legal advice, guidance and education, illustrating some of the top highlights of the Centre’s five-year journey.
The OpenMINDS Live event, which took place online, brought together a series of OU speakers, students and academics. They shared some of the most fascinating projects, heartfelt stories and exciting research from around the University.
Francine and Hugh covered a range of projects, including how the Centre has used technology to reimagine legal education, as well as its public engagement work with legal charities and the United Nations.
The Open Justice Centre team was joined by:
We are honoured to have been invited to speak at this event, as it was wonderful to be able to share the good work of the Open Justice Centre with this alumni audience. It was popular event at which OU staff, students and academics could talk about some of the University’s brilliant achievements.Francine Ryan
We are extremely proud of the work that’s done within the Open Justice Centre and of the success of our students. It is excellent that we were invited to use the OpenMINDS Live platform to highlight this.Hugh McFaul