Online tutorials – The student viewpoint

In July 2020 we wrote a blog entitled “Challenges and opportunities of online tutorials” (http://lawteacher.ac.uk/online-learning/the-challenges-and-opportunities-of-online-tutorials/)  which summarised the findings of [...]

“The wheels firmly on the bus”: Reflections on teaching a new module in the ‘new normal’.

Paolo Oprandi is a Doctor in Education with a colourful and varied academic background. He is currently working at the [...]

Connecting Legal Education #25 – Podcasting in legal education

This post was written by Michael Doherty, Illan rua Wall, Rachel Killean, Lydia Bleasdale and Emma Flint Connecting Legal Education [...]

Connecting Legal Education #18 – Running online seminars and tutorials

Connecting Legal Education returned after our short summer break. We hope that members, amidst the resit marking and boards, the [...]

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Connecting Legal Education #17 – Decolonial thought and legal education

Foluke Adebisi, Lydia Bleasdale, Michael Doherty & Emma Flint Our guest for this session on decolonial thought in legal education [...]

Connecting Legal Education Hangout #13: Personal Tutoring in a digital & blended environment

Emma Flint, Michael Doherty and Lydia Bleasdale. With thanks also to Emily Carroll and Dionne Barton for their contributions to [...]