The call for papers for the virtual Conference has now closed. Due to the high level of interest in this year’s conference, the virtual Conference will also be incorporating a selection of short videos on the conference theme of Disrupting Legal Education. This will replace the traditional poster presentations, given the online nature of the conference. There will be a prize for the best short presentation on good practice and/or innovation in Legal Education research or practice, whether in Further or Higher Education. Interested applicants should submit a video presentation that is no longer than three minutes on their topic. Presentations that are connected to a paper that will be delivered during the conference will not be eligible. All submissions will be considered for the Stan Marsh Short Presentation Prize.
Expressions of interest and recordings should be submitted to ALT2021@aston.ac.uk before 5:00pm on Friday 19 March 2021. The recorded presentation must be:
- No more than three minutes long;- On the subject of good practice and/or innovation in Legal Education research or practice, whether in Further or Higher Education;- Addressing the Conference theme of Disrupting Legal Education;- Comprised of no more than five slides; and- Submitted in mp4 format.If you have any questions on the above please contact the Conference Organising Committee at ALT2021@aston.ac.uk.Successful submissions will be hosted on the Conference platform. All successful submissions will be considered for the Stan Marsh Short Presentation Prize.
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