Annual Conferences


49th Annual Conference - Responding to Change

Our 49th Annual Conference will take place in Leeds from the 13th -15th April 2014. We are delighted that The Queens Hotel, one of the finest hotels in Leeds, is able to accommodate us and are already excited about what promises to be a great event. We were overwhelmed by the number of submissions for papers and you should now all have been notified if your paper has been accepted. We are working on the details of the draft programme and will make it avaialble as soon as we can. For information on the conference and its themes, please see the Call for Papers: 49th Annual Confernece: Responding to Change

You can now book online for this conference. Booking closes on the 1st April so make sure you book as soon as possible.

The draft programme is now available. Please note that we might have to make last minute changes which we will try and draw your attention to as soon as possible after the occur.


48th Annual Conference - All Consuming Legal Education

Our 48th Annual Conference took place in Nottingham from the 24th -26th March 2013. The conference papers and presentations made available by the presenters will be uploaded here following the submission deadline for inclusion on the website of 1st May 2013. In spite of the cold and snowy weather more than 100 participants joined us for 3 days of excellent papers, an engaging keynote speech by Lord Reed who gave us a unique insight into the the UK Supreme Court, a drinks reception and dinner at the Nottingham conference centre as well as the annual dinner at Nottingham Castle. A few photos from the event can be viewed on our facebook page. The Routledge/ALT Teaching with Technology Prize was awarded to Emily Allbon and Sanmeet Kaur Dua for their Learmore site, the Stan Marsh Best Paper prize was awarded to Hazel Dawe and the Stan Marsh Best Poster Prize went to Debra Burke of Western Carolina University, USA. Some of the papers presented at that conference are available here.


47th Annual Conference (Re)assessing Legal Education

The 47th annual conference took place at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford from the 1st -3rd April 2012. Some of the papers from that conference are available here.


46th Annual Conference: Crossing Borders: Legal Education United

The 46th annual conference took place in Cardiff at the David's Hotel & Spa from the 18th -20th April 2011. Papers from that conference are available here.


45th Annual Conference: Legal Education: Making a Difference

The 45th annual conference took place at Clare College, Cambridge from the 29th -31st March 2010. Papers from that conference are available here.



Conference Papers

The papers and presentations made available by conference participants can be accessed here.... Read More

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