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Event: 4th ENCLE Conference: “Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice for all: from asylum seekers to excluded communities”

Start Date: October 27, 2016

End Date: October 28, 2016

Location: Valencia, Spain

Description: The European Network for Clinical Legal Education (ENCLE) will host its annual conference at the Faculty of Law, University of Valencia, Valencia (Spain). The conference aims to bring clinicians together from across Europe to discuss all aspects of teaching and learning, learn from each other and share best practices on how to improve the access to justice to, in particular, vulnerable persons, through clinical legal education.

Given the on-going influx of refugees in Europe and the fact, that more and more law clinics are focusing their work on the support to refugees and asylum seekers, ENCLE is particularly encouraging papers dealing with CLE and access to justice for refugees and asylum seekers.

The conference will include a range of sessions including workshops, paper presentations, plenaries and panel discussions. The sessions will be designed to encourage participation, stimulate discussion, share best practices and enhance the clinical movement across Europe.

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Event: 2nd Asia Clinical Legal Education Summer School/Training of Trainers Workshop

Start Date: June 9, 2016

End Date: June 18, 2016

Location: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Description: The Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE), in collaboration with Bridges Across Borders Southeast Asia Community Legal Education Initiative (BABSEACLE) and the Southeast Asia Clinical Legal Education Association (SEACLEA), is pleased to announce the organizing of the 2nd Asia Clinical Legal Education (CLE) Summer School/Training of Trainers Workshop.

The 2nd Asia CLE Summer School aims to reach participants from across the Asia region, and globally, including many of the organizers’ current partners. They will all come to share, learn, and to experience from each other. People attending the 2nd Asia CLE Summer School need to show their strong commitment and ability to be leaders for CLE programs both within their home institutions/countries as well as the regional and global CLE movement.

The 10 day Asia CLE Summer School in Thailand will focus on programme and curriculum design for many different types of CLE programmes including in-house clinics, community teachings, externships and simulations. These programmes will integrate legal ethics elements within the CLE curriculum which will cultivate improved efficacy and a deepened understanding of moral principles as they relate to the law. The Summer School will also include a significant focus, means and methods of monitoring and evaluating CLE initiatives and demonstrating impact.

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