Adelaide academics attend 2019 Legal Education Research Conference

2019 Legal Education Research Conference

Pictured are: Associate Professor David Brown, Dr Stacey Henderson, Associate Professor Peter Burdon, Professor Suzanne Le Mire and Cornelia Koch.

Some of our Adelaide Law School academics are this week attending Legal Education Research Conference UNSW Law School.

The theme of the 2019 conference is: ‘Teaching as a Subversive Activity’. Panel and papers on legal education research will be presented related to the theme, which organisers have drawn from Neil Postman and Charles Weingartner’s classic Teaching as a Subversive Activity (1969). We take this to mean the consideration of research into legal education as lifetime learning, as ‘crap-detecting’, as creating meaning, as transformative and as developing world-changing thinking within the legal context.

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