3 March 2017
Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
Venue: Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London, 67-69 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3JB
The provision of commercial law clinics within law schools has grown substantially over the past number of years and there has been increased academic research relating to entrepreneurship and commercial law clinics. Increasingly more UK law schools are now looking to develop commercial-related clinic activity. At this roundtable we will discuss commercial clinical legal education in the UK and Europe including:
- Current models of commercial law clinics
- Best practice in developing commercial law clinics and commercial law related opportunities for students
- The methods of assessing students in a commercial law clinic context
- Skills students develop when advising clients on commercial matters; and
- Commercial law clinics and legal and non-legal career paths for students.
This roundtable is delivered in conjunction with the Creating Commercial Lawyers Project (Nottingham Law School and Ulster University), kindly funded by the Legal Education Foundation.
An agenda for the day. This will be updated should there be any changes.
A participant list is viewable and editable here. Please check your name, title, institution, provide a link for your clinic (if applicable) and bio. If you have any changes, you can make these directly in the document.
Benchmarking commercial clinics Entrepreneurship Clinics, What colour is your institution?
Commercial law clinics article
Recognizing the Social and Economic Value of Transactional Law Clinics: A View from the United Kingdom by Elaine Campbell, Northumbria Law School
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