This page includes links to websites and other resources related to Justice Education from around the world.
Other Web Sites
- International Journal of Clinical Legal Education (IJCLE)
- Legal Advice Clinic, School of Law, Division of Business, University of South Australia For Policy Manual Click Here
- Street Law (the global Street Law organization)
- Street Law South Africa, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
- College of Law & Management Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
- NYU Global Law Resource, USA
- BABSEA CLE, Bridges Across Borders Southeast Asia Community Legal Education Initiative
- PILnet , The Global Network for Public Interest Law
- Clinical Legal Education Association, U.S.A. (CLEA)
- National Legal Aid & Defender Association, U.S.A.
- Effective Lawyer-Client Communication, An International Project Moving from Research to Reform
- Law and Society Association
- Law Foundation of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
- Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London
- Monash-Oakleigh Legal Service, Melbourne, Australia
- Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice & Governance, Griffith University, Australia
Clinicians with Not Enough to Do (Prof. Minna Kotkin, Brooklyn Law School, U.S.A)
Oxford University Press Publishes book by GAJE members
Oxford University Press has just published THE GLOBAL CLINICAL MOVEMENT: EDUCATING LAWYERS FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE (Frank S. Bloch ed. 2011), an edited volume with contributions by GAJE members from around the world. THE GLOBAL CLINICAL MOVEMENT describes the central concepts, goals, and methods of clinical legal education from a global perspective, with a particular emphasis on its social justice mission. With chapters written by leading clinical legal educators from every region of the world, the book demonstrates how the emerging global clinical movement can advance social justice through legal education. The book also examines the influence of clinical legal education on the legal academy and the legal profession and charts the global clinical movement’s future role in educating lawyers for social justice. Part I (The Global Reach of Clinical Legal Education) describes clinical legal education programs from every region of the world and discusses those qualities that are unique to a particular country or region. Part II (The Justice Mission of Global Clinical Education) discusses the various ways that clinical programs and the clinical methodology advance the cause of social justice around the world. Part III (The Global Clinical Movement and Educating Lawyers for Social Justice) analyzes the current state of the global clinical movement and sets out an agenda for the movement to advance social justice through socially relevant legal education.
All royalties from the book have been assigned to GAJE.
For more information about the book, including the Table of Contents, go to: http://www.us.oup.com/us/catalog/general/subject/Law/GeneralAcademic/?view=usa&sf=toc&ci=9780195381146
The book can be purchased with a discount at: http://www.amazon.com/Global-Clinical-Movement-Educating-Lawyers/dp/0195381149