Baishali Majumdar, Trainee Solicitor in the Clinical Negligence Team at Nelsons Solicitors, is proud to be involved in the upcoming launch of the Centre for Legal Education.
The Centre for Legal Education at Nottingham Law School is a centre for research and consultancy in legal education and the enhancement of legal practice. The centre contributes to research projects in the legal services community and provides consultancy in legal education matters to the legal professions and beyond, in the UK and abroad. The Co-Directors of the Centre are Jane Ching and Rebecca Huxley-Binns.
Nottingham Law School is delighted to celebrate the launch of the Centre for Legal Education with a full day dedicated to legal education.
Centre for Legal Education Launch
Date: Thursday 3 May 2012
Time: Registration 10am
Location: Nottingham Conference Centre
Organiser: Nottingham Law School
Conference overview – Legal Education Debate
In the morning, there will be a Question Time panel, chaired by Baroness Ruth Deech, to discuss various Visions of Legal Education. The panellists include John Cooper QC; David Urpeth, Partner at Irwin Mitchell; Susan Silver, President of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives; Gary Lee Walters of Stretlaw; Becky Huxley-Binns, Reader in Legal Education at Nottingham Law School; Nazmin Akthar, young barrister and legal blogger; and Baishali Majumdar, trainee solicitor and alumna of Nottingham Law School.
The day starts with registration at 10am in the Newton Building. The launch of the Centre for Legal Education and the Question Time panel: Visions of Legal Education start at 10.30am in the Old Museum, followed by a buffet lunch from 1pm – 2pm.
After lunch, the Legal Education and Training Review Research Team is holding a forum event until 4.00pm. They are able to accommodate 200 delegates, and the day is free. For more information, please visit the Centre for Legal Education page.