Educating the Global Lawyer

Kathrine Galloway, Melissa Castan

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Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 10 Dec 2018
EventThe 13th Global Legal Skills Conference - Melbourne Law School, Melbourne, Australia
Duration: 10 Dec 201812 Dec 2018
Conference number: 13th


ConferenceThe 13th Global Legal Skills Conference
Abbreviated titleGLS-13
OtherThe Global Legal Skills Conference focuses on international legal education and essential skills, including legal writing, legal research, legal reasoning, legal English, translations and advocacy skills. Additional topics include creating appropriate materials and assignments, cross-cultural and intercultural issues, classroom teaching, clinical legal education, academic support, international legal exchanges and related fields.

The conference audience will include legal writing professionals, international and comparative law professors, clinical professors and others involved in skills education, law school administrators, law librarians, and ESL/EFL professors. Also attending will be faculty members teaching general law subjects with a transnational or international component. Attendees have also included judges, lawyers, court translators, and others involved in international and transnational law. Attendees come from around the world, and as many as 35 countries have been represented in past conferences.
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