COUNCIL FOR LEGAL EDUCATION 10 YEARS’ COMMEMORATION
INAUGURAL CONFERENCE ON LEGAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN KENYA
Theme: LEGAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING IN KENYA; PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE REFLECTIONS/PERSPECTIVE
To commemorate ten years of existence, the Council of Legal Education (CLE) is organizing a conference under the title “Legal Education and Training in Kenya; past present and future reflections/perspective”
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: The Conference Planning Committee in collaboration with the National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law), calls upon contributors who desire to participate as speakers/presenters at the Conference to submit concise abstracts in the following broad thematic areas;-
- Interrogating and unpacking legal education and training in the backdrop of shifting domestic and global developments; navigating the dichotomy between domestically oriented but globally competitive legal education and training in policy and curricula;-perspective from the Bench, Bar, academia and sector regulators.
- Exploring strategies for the progressive development of legal education and training with a view to realizing the goal of the globally competitive but domestically competent practice ready lawyer
- Demystifying legal skills; conceptualizing suitable legal skills for domestic and global relevance and how best to realize these skills in legal education and training.
- The future of regulation of legal education and training in Kenya; Scaling up quality standards in legal education and training through enhanced self-regulation by Schools of Law in Kenya.
- Decentralization of legal education and training in Kenya.
The call is open to all researchers, scholars, legal practitioners, judicial officers and academicians.
- Conference dates – 25th – 27th January 2023.
- Final abstract submission deadline – December 9th 2022.
- Result of abstract review returned to authors – December 21st 2022.
- Full conference paper submission - January 18th 2023.
How to submit an Abstract
Submit to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
Email content should include:
- The author’s full names and contacts;
- A declaration of originality;
- A statement of whether the work has been previously published or tendered for publication in any other publication and where this is the case, the name of the publisher and the date of publication;
- A statement that the author consents to the publication of the work in the Kenya Law Review Journal;
The information provided when submitting abstracts will be used for official communication of letters of Acceptance, Invitation and Conference Programs.
Dr. Wambua Kituku
Prof. Jack Mwimali