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The UK Centre for Legal Education (UKCLE) works with law teachers, students, institutions and professional bodies at the academic and vocational stage to improve the student learning experience.

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We run the Learning in Law annual conference and open / bespoke events for the legal community.

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We provide a wealth of information and resources on teaching and learning in law.

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16 May 2011: Assessment and feedback issues for teaching international students in Law More Info >

22 June 2011: National Law Students Forum 2011 More Info >

6 July 2011: Islamic Law special interest group meeting More Info >

31 March 2011: 2011 Conference for teachers of A Level Law More Info >

4 April 2011: Academia as workplace: Linking past, present and future More Info >

4 April 2011: Good statistics workshop More Info >

11 April 2011: BILETA annual conference 2011 More Info >

12 April 2011: SLSA conference More Info >

19 April 2011: 46th ALT Annual Conference: Crossing Borders: Legal Education United More Info >

9 May 2011: Feminist Judgements: Next Steps More Info >

10 May 2011: Learning and Teaching conference Learning Global More Info >

17 May 2011: Workshop: teaching Islamic Studies in Wales More Info >

26 May 2011: Workshop on teaching Islamic Studies in the North of England More Info >

1 June 2011: Institute for Law Teaching & Learning conference More Info >

2 June 2011: Youth Custody and Human Rights Conference More Info >

6 June 2011: Information Rights Conference 2011 More Info >

11 June 2011: AALS 2011: Conference on the future of the law school curriculum More Info >

13 June 2011: AALS 2011 Clinical legal education: Learning for transfer: (Re) conceptualizing what we do in clinics and across the curriculum More Info >

16 June 2011: BIALL 42nd annual conference More Info >

3 July 2011: Australian Law Teachers Association (ALTA) conference More Info >

5 July 2011: The Higher Education Academy annual conference More Info >

8 July 2011: Applied Legal Storytelling Conference More Info >

11 July 2011: 9th International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference More Info >

5 September 2011: SLS conference More Info >

6 September 2011: ALT-C conference More Info >

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Last few days to submit a paper to www.alta2011.com, deadline 1 Apr. Registration now open, early bird rate until 3 May.

Mar 29, 2011, 9:33 am from the UKCLE twitter feed

Thanks for entering! RT @yourlawstudent: Essay submitted to @HEA_UKCLE . #essaycomp hope you find it interesting.

Mar 25, 2011, 12:32 pm from the UKCLE twitter feed

Call for papers: Teaching law to non-law students http://bit.ly/e1ZIZQ (Dept of Practical Business Law, Uni of Johannesburg, 5-6 Sept 11)

Mar 24, 2011, 10:07 am from the UKCLE twitter feed

Essay comp closes tomorrow! Is the law degree fit for purpose? Prizes of £300 and £100 Apple Gift cards: http://bit.ly/eBiYIl

Mar 24, 2011, 9:17 am from the UKCLE twitter feed

UKCLE NEWS: Islamic Law special interest group meeting: Members will provide updates on progress with their work... http://bit.ly/h5XUzW

Mar 23, 2011, 2:11 pm from the UKCLE twitter feed

Law & English students study Shakespearean legal conundrums: http://bit.ly/dyrKWk from @WarwicKnowledge. Assessment partly by diary.

Mar 23, 2011, 1:30 pm from the UKCLE twitter feed

@HEA_Wales National Law Student Forum 2011 will take place in Birmingham, more info here: http://bit.ly/fLGo8g

Mar 22, 2011, 2:14 pm from the UKCLE twitter feed

What should students try to gain from their legal education? What are employers looking for? http://bit.ly/g9KsYJ

Mar 22, 2011, 11:18 am from the UKCLE twitter feed

RT @HEA_LLAS New Islamic Studies Network Website now online http://bit.ly/gOc6qp

Mar 22, 2011, 11:15 am from the UKCLE twitter feed

RT @UoE_Law_WP:That's a great topic! I see more and more people doing law & not wanting to enter profession, guess it depends on 'purpose'!

Mar 22, 2011, 8:35 am from the UKCLE twitter feed

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