Since its founding in 1996, GAJE has worked to promote justice through education by convening five worldwide meetings on justice education: in India (1999), South Africa (2001), Poland (2004), Argentina (2006), and the Philippines (2008). These meetings were carefully designed to be accessible and affordable for persons from developing countries; delegates from every continent and over 50 countries have participated in one or more of these meetings. GAJE’s Sixth worldwide meeting will take place Valencia, Spain12-15 July (2011).

GAJE has also organized Regional Conferences in Australasia (2002) and North America (2006) and co-sponsored the International Conference on the Future of Legal Education held in February 2008 at Georgia State University in the USA.  GAJE operates a free email discussion forum for its members and has published a newsletter in both English and Spanish distributed by email and posted on the GAJE web site.

These formal GAJE activities have facilitated a wide range of cross-national collaborations, including educational exchange programs, joint research projects, “train the trainer” workshops, teaching handbooks, curricular materials, and multinational co-authorship of books and articles.

 

“To know more about GAJE, please visit the links described below”

LinkDescription
ArchivesMaterials on the history of GAJE and from past GAJE activities.
Mission StatementGAJE’s original Mission Statement.
Goals of GAJEStatement of GAJE’s major goals.
GAJE ConstitutionCopy of GAJE constitution and other related documents.
MembershipInformation about joining GAJE.
Steering CommitteeInformation about GAJE Steering Committee, including current members, Committee procedures, and Committee reports.
Other GAJE CommitteesInformation about GAJE Standing Committees, ad hoc committees, and working groups.