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Innovative Teaching in European Legal Education

International Conference within the Framework of the 2019 ELPIS Network Meeting

Editor(s): Claas Friedrich Germelmann
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Published: 01-07-2021
Format: Hardback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 384
ISBN: 9781509954421
Imprint: Nomos/Hart
Dimensions: 234 x 156 mm
RRP: £110.00
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About Innovative Teaching in European Legal Education

This innovative study explores legal education in its European and global perspectives. Its essays focus on the value of international exchange, on questions of law curricula and on employability requirements in a globalised world, on students' needs and on modern teaching methods, and especially on various instruments of digitalised learning, teaching and publishing. It highlights the diversity within legal education and the variety of challenges it faces. It makes a significant contribution to the continuing and timely debates around how best to train the lawyers of tomorrow.

Table Of Contents

Challenges and Approaches to Modern Legal Education in a European Perspective
Claas Friedrich Germelmann
Initial Thoughts about ELPIS Eingangsgedanken zu ELPIS
Bernd H. Oppermann
“My Fair Lady”: Introductive Lecture
Vasco Pereira da Silva
Modern Teaching Methods in European Legal Education
Francisco Balaguer Callejon
A more European Legal Education – Lessons to be Learned
Andreas Schwartze
Is there an Optimal (and also Modern) Learning Method of Law in the Context of Educating International Lawyers?
Dimitrios Parashu
Wording the Needs of Innovative Teaching in Law
Kersi Kurti
'Jigsaw Classroom' and Law Teaching – Theoretical and Practical Implications from Modeled Lecture with 'Jigsaw Classroom'
Kire Jovanov
The Flipped Classroom Approach in Legal Education
Arndt Kunnecke
The Teaching of Legal Practice in Europe: An Outlook
Maria Meng-Papantoni
Perspectives from the United States: Pioneering in Legal Education as Innovation Advances
Patrick R. Hugg
Distance Learning and Video-Based Academic Contributions: Steps Towards "A World Made New"?
Rui Guerra da Fonseca
From the Student's Drama Group of Playing Legal Cases through the Mentorprogramme to Social Responsibility – Recent Tendencies in the Renewal of the Legal Education in the Faculty of Law at Eotvos Lorand University
Balazs Rigo

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