• Law Teacher and ALT Annual Seminar Competition

    The Law Teacher: The International Journal of Legal Education, together with the Association of Law Teachers, announces our annual competition for a research seminar addressing the subject of legal education in the 2023/24 academic year.

    The deadline for applications for this year is 24th November 2023. Applicants should be available for feedforward discussions during the w/c 4th December.  The winner will be announced by 5th January 2024 and the seminar will take place before the end of the academic year 23/24.

    Applications should be sent to Law Teacher Deputy Editor, Professor Lydia Bleasdale, via email to no later than Friday 24th November 2023.

    More information about the seminar prize can be found on the ALT website, and can be downloaded as a pdf document by clicking here.

  • New blog post: My (a)synchronous semester through the lens of Netflix, theatre and movies: Reflections and lessons from three models of teaching in a momentous 2020, by Barry Yau (James Cook University).

    This brilliant new posts – and all of our blog posts – can be found here:

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    If you have an idea for a blog – a project you are working on, an exciting way that you teach, work you have done with students – anything at all related to legal education, we’d love to hear from you! Blog posts can be anywhere from 500-1000 words and the more images the better! Send your blog post proposal and enquiries to Rosie Fox (ALT Comms) on

  • ALT Statement on UKRI PGR Stipend

    The Committee of the Association of Law Teachers issues the following statement with regard to postgraduate funding:

    Postgraduate and doctoral researchers are an integral and valued part of our law teacher community. They are current and future law teachers and deserve support, dignity and respect. We acknowledge the current pressures of the pandemic and the cost of living crisis has a disproportionate effect on doctoral researchers, and especially those researchers from under-represented communities and identities.

    We welcome UKRI’s announcement of a 10% increase in the minimum stipend level for postgraduate researchers holding studentships from the ESRC, AHRC and other research councils. However, the majority of doctoral researchers do not receive funding in this manner and are particularly affected by the cost of living crisis and the concomitant financial insecurity. We urge universities and other funders to commit to raising all postgraduate researcher stipends consistent with UKRI where this has not already been done. Allocation of financial resources to postgraduate and doctoral researchers must be done as a matter of urgency to invest meaningfully in their futures and the field of legal education.

    The text of this statement can be found on our policy pages here:

  • Association of Law Teachers Roadshow
    Module and Curriculum Design
    Tuesday 13 June 2023
    Online (Teams) – hosted by School of Law, Keele University

    Our first online roadshow event is here! This online event, hosted by the School of Law at Keele University. The event comprises an exciting programme including sessions on co-creation of teaching and learning, authentic assessment and reflecting in teaching and assessment. Full programme details can be found here: ALT Roadshow: Module and Curriculum Design.

    For booking, contact Stella Coyle on

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