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The ALT is a vibrant, welcoming and inclusive community of academics, professionals and practitioners engaged in legal education across countries. Our members support legal learning in schools, colleges, universities and professional sectors, on campus, face-to-face and online. Our aim is to inspire and celebrate excellence in the teaching of law, and to share the understanding and practice of legal learning.
Our members receive copies of our journal, The Law Teacher: the international Journal of Legal Education, plus access to the electronic journal archive and articles published online first; a fortnightly e-bulletin of news and events; a discounted annual conference rate; and access to our grants and awards schemes. The Association also arranges a series of one day conferences and events, the Annual Lord Upjohn Lecture, and responds to a range of policy and regulatory issues on behalf of our members.
Professor Luke Mason, Chair of the Association of Law Teachers
We’re happy to announce that our Annual Conference in 2022 will be hosted by Manchester University. The plan is to run in Manchester. Watch out for the Call for Papers and more details coming soon.
Latest ALT News
The Call for Expressions of Interest to host our 2022 conference is now open. The deadline is 30th September 2020 and details and a bid template can be downloaded here
Call for Special Issue Proposals on the Covid-19 Pandemic and Legal Education for The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education 2022: The Law Teacher invites proposals for a Special Issue reflecting on the Pandemic and Legal Education’s response to it. The deadline for proposals has been extended to 30th October 2020 and final manuscripts will need to be with the Publishers in mid 2022. For full details see the Covid-19 Special Issue extended call for 2022