PROJECTS

Beyond Text in Legal Education

Workshops, Conference and Dissemination


Initial Project Workshop - Friday 7 November 2008

An initial half-day workshop was held in Edinburgh, at the School of Law. The workshop focused on a pre-circulated paper, "Beyond Text in Legal Education: Art, Ethics and the Carnegie Report", by Maksymilian Del Mar.

Participants: Dr. Daniel Augenstein (Law, Edinburgh), Dr. Sylvie Delacroix (Law,
University College London), Dr. Sotiria Grek (Centre for Educational Sociology,
Edinburgh) Professor John Haldane (Philosophy, St Andrews), Panagia Hernandez (Law, Edinburgh), Dr. Sophia Lycouris (Edinburgh College of Art), Dr. Claudio Michelon (Law, Edinburgh), Dr Anne Pirrie (University of the West of Scotland)

Practice-Based Workshop - Sunday 7 - Monday 8 December 2008

The practice-based workshop, run by Alicja Rogalska, Keren Ben-Dor and Zoe Fothergill, was held on 7-8 December 2008 in Edinburgh. More details are available here (http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/beyondtext/practiceworkshop.aspx).


Understanding Transformation Workshop - 6 March 2009

A workshop focused on understanding transformation was held on 6 March 2009. The presenters were Julian Henriques (Goldsmiths, University of London), Andy Clark (Philosophy Department, University of Edinburgh), Harvie Ferguson (Sociology, University of Glasgow), and Burkhard Schafer (School of Law, University of Edinburgh). More details are available here (http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/beyondtext/understandingtransformation.aspx).


Final Conference - Saturday 20 - Sunday 21 June 2009

The final conference of the project will be held on 20-21 June 2009, at the School of Law, Edinburgh. Presenters include Zenon Bankowski (Edinburgh), Maksymilian Del Mar (Edinburgh, Lausanne), Tony Bradney (Keele, UK), Julian Webb (Warwick, UK), and Anne Pirrie (University of the West of Scotland, UK), Randy Gordon (Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, USA), Paul Maharg (Strathclyde, UK), Alan Lerner (Pennsylvania, USA), Nancy Rapoport (Nevada, USA), Zoë Fothergill (Talbot Rice Gallery, UK), Alicja Rogalska (Freelance Artist, UK), Keren Ben-Dor (Dancer, UK), Gillian Calder (Victoria, Canada), Tom Mayo (SMU, USA), Elaine Webster Strathclyde, UK), Valerie Fitch (Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, USA), Jim Moser (Dundas & Wilson, UK).

More details are available here: (http://www.law.ed.ac.uk/beyondtext/conference.aspx).

Dissemination

Film

Film-maker Robbie McKillop filmed the Practice-based workshop on 7 and 8 December 2008. The film is now complete and can be downloaded here:
(mms://law-srv0.law.ed.ac.uk/external/beyondtext.wmv).

Presentations

Maksymilian Del Mar, "Beyond Text in Legal Education: Art, Ethics and the Carnegie Report", Future of Legal Education Conference, Atlanta, 20-24 February 2008

Zenon Bankowski and Alicja Rogalska, "Beyond Text in Legal Education", UK Center for Legal Education, Warwick University, January 2009

Maksymilian Del Mar and Zenon Bankowski, "Beyond Text in Legal Education", Law, Culture and Humanities Conference, Boston, 3-4 April 2009

Zenon Bankowski and Maksymilian Del Mar, "Beyond Text in Legal Education", Project Zero, Department of Education, Harvard University, 6 April 2009

Zenon Bankowski and Maksymilian Del Mar, "Beyond Text in Legal Education", Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, New York, 7 April 2009 (Available below)


Draft Papers

Zenon Bankowski, "The Space to See", available on request

Maksymilian Del Mar, "Beyond Text in Legal Education: Art, Ethics and the Carnegie Report", available below

Maksymilian Del Mar, "Moral Experience and Legal Education", available below

Maksymilian Del Mar, "The Education of Attention and Encounter in Law Schools and Law Firms", available below

Publications

Maksymilian Del Mar, "At the Lectern: Moral Education in Law Schools and Law Firms", Journal of Legal Education, forthcoming

An edited collection of papers from the 20-21 June Conference is under preparation.

The following downloads are available
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breakingthe_spellsinglespace.pdf
Breaking the Spell: The Education of Attention and Encounter in Law Schools and Law Firms
PDF661.87 Kb
moralexperiencedelmar.pdf
Moral Experience and Legal Education
PDF354.93 Kb
btle_new_york_april_2009.pdf
Presentation in New York April 2009
PDF4.76 Mb
beyond_text_in_legal_education_del_mar.pdf
Beyond Text in Legal Education: Art, Ethics and the Carnegie Report
PDF663.70 Kb

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