The International Journal of Legal & Social Studies (IJLSS) is now accepting submissions for its upcoming Special issue – 4 on clinical legal education and legal aid.
Suggested topics include, but are by no means limited to:
Clinical legal education and research – new opportunities.
Filling the justice gap: the role of clinics.
New and innovative models for clinical legal education.
The role of clinical legal education in enhancing student employability.
To what extent can clinical legal education incorporate legal theory as well as legal practice?
Practitioner views on clinical legal education.
Role of legal Aid committee in Justice System
Where is clinical legal education located within broader discussions of access to justice in India ?
As legal education as a whole faces a shifting landscape, where is clinical legal education located now and in the future?
How do clinics “locate” themselves within the communities and places where they exist?
How should clinic lawyers and students think about our place as advocates for marginalized members of communities and our place within the larger legal community?
The Emergence, Growth and Sustainability of Clinical Legal Education Programmes
Learning from Best Practice: International Clinical Perspectives
The last date for submissions of papers is 10, August 2015
For further details, visit http://ijlss.co.in/