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					INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CLINICAL LEGAL EDUCATION / CLINICAL
LEGAL EDUCATION ORGANISATION 2008 CONFERENCE TITLES OF
PAPERS



                           IJCLE Keynote addresses (3)




Keynote 1
Fanning the flame: Clinical Method and Student Engagement
Jay Pottenger, Nathan Baker Clinical Professor of Law, Yale Law School, USA

Keynote 2
Identifying Educational Outcomes in Clinical Legal Education programs in South
Africa
Shaheda Mahomed

Keynote 3
Reflecting on Approaches, Purposes, Successes and Difficulties in Giving
Feedback
Beryl Blaustone, CUNY, New York, USA



                             IJCLE Parallel Papers (27)



Deconstruction and Reconstruction of a Russian Lawyer
Oleg Anishchik, Center of Clinical Legal Education and Human Rights Protection
(Legal Clinic), Clinical Legal Education Foundation, Samara State University, Russia

Deconstructing Innocence: Reflections from a Public Defender: Can student
attorneys accept the paradigm of guilt and continue zealous representation?
Geneva Brown, Assistant Professor of Law, Valparaiso University School of Law,
Valparaiso, IN, USA

A Mental Health Clinic: the Intersection of Pedagogy, Service and Reform
Michael J. Churgin, University of Texas Law School, Texas, USA

"Made Not Born: Dwindling Trials, The Impact on Attorney Competency and
Ethics, and Research on Expert Performance."
James A. Cohen, Associate Professor of Law, Director - Trial Advocacy Program &
External Affairs Fordham University School of Law, New York, USA

Irish Clinical Legal Education Ab Initio: Challenges and Opportunities
Lawrence Donnelly, Lecturer & Director of Clinical Legal Education, Faculty of Law,
National University of Ireland, Galway, Republic of Ireland

Unpacking the Skill of Listening
Douglas N. Frenkel, Practice Professor of          Law    and Clinical    Director,
University           of          Pennsylvania               Law            School,
Philadelphia, PA, USA

The Role and Significance of Clinical Education in the legal education system of
the Republic of Armenia
Grigor Bekmezyan, Assistant Professor, Yerevan State University, Armenia

‚On teaching students to ‘act like a lawyer’: What sort of lawyer?‛
Ross Hyams, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Monash University, Melbourne,
Australia

Street Law Clinic in Georgia – Challenges and Perspectives
Ketevan Iremashvili, Street Law Clinic Coordinator at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi
State University, Law Faculty, Tbilisi, Georgia

Using Clinic to Teach Students the Role of Law in Society
Kara Irwin, Director of Pro Bono Centre and Jennifer McIntosh, Manager of the Legal
Advice Clinic, BPP Law School, London, UK

Clinic for All!
Kevin Kerrigan, Director of Student Law Office and Jonny Hall Programme Leader
LLB Exempting Law Degree, Northumbria University School of Law, UK

Legal Education and Clinical Legal Education in Poland.
Dr Izabela Kraśnicka, Faculty of Law, University of Białystok, Board of the Legal
Clinics Foundation, Poland

Beyond Polemics: the Need for Empirical Research of Clinical Legal Education
Stefan H. Krieger

Transformed Into Fire: How Law Clinics Can Ignite Their Students with a Passion
for Social Justice
Prof. Nekima Levy-Pounds, Esq. Director, Community Justice Project, University of
St. Thomas School of Law, USA

Learning from Collaboration with the Medical School: Assessment in the Context
of the Using a Standardized Patient/ Standardized Client
Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, Dr. Cameron Crandall, Gabriel Campos, Dr. Diane Rimple,
Mary Neidhart, Teresita McCarty, Lou Clark, Steve McLaughlin, University of New
Mexico School of Law and University of New Mexico Medical School, USA

10 Lessons for new Clinicians
Paul McKeown and Angela Macfarlane, Northumbria University, School of Law

Learning Aboriginal Law: Lessons for Clinical Legal Methodology
Thomas McMorrow, DCL Candidate, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

Towards a working model of an integrated clinical curriculum
Prof. Sheila I Vélez Martínez, Immigration Clinic, Eugenio Maria de Hostos Law
School, Puerto Rico

Clinical Legal Education in India and its role in sensitizing budding lawyers and
curbing human rights violation - Critical Analysis
Dr. Mahesh Mathur Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Jai Narayan Vyas
University Jodhpur, India

Clinical Legal Education in the Faculty of Law, UCC
Gerard Murphy, Clinical Education Coordinator, Faculty of Law, UCC

Assessment and the Role of Clinic: How Best to Assess to Fulfil Clinic’s
Objectives, Victoria Murray and Tamsin Nelson, Senior Lecturers, School of Law,
Northumbria University

Are the Continued Restrictions on the Functioning and Operation of the Legal Aid
Board’s Justice Centres and the University Law Clinics Still Justifiable?
David Neke, BA LLB LLM, Senior Tutor, School of Law, University of the
Witwatersrand (Wits), Attorney of the High Court of South Africa, Supervising
Attorney, Wits Law Clinic, Johannesburg, South Africa

Closing the Gap Between the Needs of Students and the Community they Serve
M. A. du Plessis, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

The Virtual Law Placement
Melinda Shirley, Assistant Dean, Teaching and Learning, Iyla Davies, Assistant
Dean, International and Community and Tina Cockburn, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of
Law, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Innocent Ireland? A Feasibility Study on Examining the Possibility of introducing
an Innocence Project in the University of Limerick, Ireland
Jennifer Schweppe, Lecturer in Law, University of Limerick, Ireland

Relation of Discrete Legal Skills Course, Clinical subjects and „Ordinary‚ Legal
Education
Maxim Tomoszek, Palacký University in Olomouc, School of Law

Lessons from a failed Criminal Defence Clinic
Stephen Tuson, Adjunct Professor and practicing attorney, University of
Witwatersrand “Wits Law Clinic”, Johannesburg, South Africa
                                 CLEO PAPERS (7)



LawWorks Mediation Clinics
Martin Curtis, LawWorks

The Innocence Network UK: A Synergy of Research, Education and Policy
(Ad)Ventures
Dr Michael Naughton, University of Bristol, Chair, Innocence Network UK

Innocence Projects: A viable LPC3 Elective?
Julie Price, Solicitor, Pro Bono Co-ordinator, Cardiff Law School

Extending Clinical Legal Education into Legal Practice
Colleen Smith, Sheffield Hallam University

Reflective Student Practitioner - an example integrating clinical experience into
the curriculum
Claire Sparrow – University of Portsmouth

How a Mediation Clinic Can Inform the Curriculum
By Ben Waters and Dr Leo Raznovich, Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent,
UK

Bridging the Gap between Law and Reality in South East London
Lucy Yeatman and Angela Laycock, Law Department, University of Greenwich

				
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