2015 Glasgow Conference

Over 35 papers have been accepted for the 2015 Conference.
The outline programme gives an overview of the two days and the full programme details the speakers within each session.

Below is a list of papers and abstracts for the 2015 conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
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Author NameAffiliationTitle of PaperTopic / Area
Lord Hope of CraigheadUK Supreme Court, RetiredKeynote address: The role of the court in the development of society Keynote
Prof. Justice Date-BahSupreme Court of Ghana, RetiredKeynote address: Legal education in Ghana. International and local dimensions Keynote
John HatchardUniversity of BuckinghamDeveloping and strengthening the transnational dimension in the law curriculum Curruculum Design
S SivakumarIndian Law InstituteRevisiting the Curriculum in India vis-à-vis other common law countries: How can we improvise? Curruculum Design
Justus Sokefun and Ernest UgbejehNational Open University of Nigeria
Overcoming the Challenges of Teaching and Learning the Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) Programme through ODL: The NOUN Experience
Pedagogical Approaches
Elizabeth Snyman-Van DeventerUniversity of the Free StateLegal writing skills in the South African LL.B (law degree): to integrate or not Pedagogical Approaches
Cath SylvesterNorthumbria UniversityMore Questions than Answers? A review of the effectiveness of inquiry based learning in Higher Education Pedagogical Approaches
Ifeoma OluwasemiloreUniversity of LagosAccess to justice and legal education: redefining the scope of intellectual property rights in Commonwealth countries Intellectual Property
Yousuf VawdaUniversity of KwaZulu-NatalRevisiting the Curriculum: what we can learn (and teach) from global developments in Intellectual Property Rules Intellectual Property
Lisa LukoseGuru Gobind Singh Indraprastha UniversityTeaching and Research in IPR: Need for a human rights approach Intellectual Property
Najibah Mohd ZinInternational Islamic University MalaysiaHarmonization of law and comparative study; complementing the method of legal learning Comparative Education
Richard WhitecrossEdinburgh Napier UniversityIn the Shadow of the Commonwealth: Legal Education and Democratisation in Bhutan Comparative Education
Hermanus Moolman and Lézelle JacobsUniversity of the Free State
A quest for enhanced student engagement: Are you ready for war?
Embedding Skills
Helena Whalen-BridgeNational University of SingaporeWe Don't Need Another IRAC: Identifying Global Legal Skills Embedding Skills
David McQuoid-MasonUniversity of KwaZulu-NatalEstablishing and running university-based law clinics in South Africa: Four decades of challenges and lessons for South Africa, The Commonwealth and beyondClinical Legal Education
Victoria Gleason and Elaine CampbellNorthumbria UniversityCreativity and Commerce: The rise of the experiential business law clinic in the UK Clinical Legal Education
Sarasu Esther Thomas and Bhargavi RamanNational Law School of India UniversityThe role of clinical legal education in human rights lawyering in India Clinical Legal Education
Hermanus MoolmanUniversity of the Free StateA comprehensive approach towards LLB curriculum review at a transforming law faculty in South Africa Curruculum Design
David Dennison and Anthony KakoozaUganda Christian University
Lessons Learnt from Curriculum Revision Strategy at Uganda Christian University
Curruculum Design
Rabia SaeedUniversity College IslamabadProblems after graduating with a law degree Curruculum Design
Meera MathewIndian Law InstituteEmbedding and recognising access, equality and diversity Equality and Diversity
Jill Stavert and Rebecca McgregorEdinburgh Napier UniversityAccess to Equal Recognition before the Law for Persons with Mental Disabilities through Supported Decision-Making in Scotland Equality and Diversity
Khulekani ZondiUniversity of KwaZulu-NatalThe revival of African indigenous languages in legal education, and development on global compatibility of graduates from African Tertiary institutions Human Rights
John Cantius MubangiziUniversity of KwaZulu-NatalHuman rights education in the Commonwealth: The role and approaches of Law Schools Human Rights
Jenny HamiltonUniversity of LondonEmerging Technologies and their implications for the concept and role of the law academic professionTechnology
Israel AckahEmpire African Institutetitle

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