Canadian Clinical Legal Education: Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Association of Canadian Clinical Legal Education (ACCLE)
ACCLE JLSP Call – Ext Deadline
New Deadline for Submissions: January 7, 2019
Guest Editors: Patricia Barkaskas, Sarah Buhler, Martha Simmons, and Mirja Trilsch
The Journal of Law and Social Policy in collaboration with the Association of Canadian Clinic Legal Education, will publish a special issue on clinical legal education in Canada to mark the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Association. The collection will seek to describe, assess, interrogate, and reflect on clinical legal education in Canada and to contextualize clinical legal education within ongoing and critical debates about legal education and access to justice in this country.
Deadline for submissions: January 7, 2019 but if you are planning to submit something, please contact Sarah Buhler at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible – this will assist us for planning purposes.
Veuillez noter que la revue publie uniquement en anglais. Nous regrettons que seulement les soumissions en anglais seront acceptées.
Conference: “The History of Legal Aid in the Premodern and Modern World”
Deadline for paper proposals with abstracts: November 18, 2018
Date: March 18-19, 2019
Location: University of Turku, Finland
This conference aims to bring together the various aspects of legal aid around the world and throughout history, highlighting common features and individual particularities.
Confirmed keynote lectures will be given by Prof. Felice Batlan (Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology) and Dr. Hiroki Kawamura (University of Frankfurt).
See the official call for papers here.
ACCLE is pleased to submit feedback on Bill C-75, An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Youth Criminal Justice Act and other Acts and to make consequential amendments to other Acts. ACCLE heard from members that they were concerned with the impacts of Bill C-75 on students’ ability to represent clients in summary conviction criminal matters, as well as the impacts on clients. This submission (please see below pdf) speaks to both concerns. Many thanks to the ACCLE Board, Professors Jillian Rogin and Gemma Smyth, Ms. Johanna Dennie and law student Parmis Goudzarzimalayeri for their work on this submission.
Bill C75 ACCLE Feedback Final