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Celebrating Excellence in Law Teaching

Join us in Warwick on Thursday 29 June 2017 for the second Celebrating Excellence in Law Teaching conference.

Featuring interactive workshops led by previous Law Teacher of the Year winners and finalists, alongside panel discussions and networking opportunities, the conference will give lecturers the chance to share knowledge and best practice, build connections, discuss new innovations, and showcase achievements.

Suitable for law teachers at any stage of their careers.

Book your place online »


Programme

9.30:    Registration and coffee

10.00:  Opening Remarks 
            Clare Weaver (OUP)

10.15:  Feedback: mindsets and methods
            Dr Emily Finch (University of Surrey) 
            Dr Yvonne Skipper (Lecturer in Psychology, Keele University)

11.15:  Coffee, networking and survey

11.45:  The "E3" student: effective, engaged, employable
            Nick Taylor (University of Leeds) 
            Professor Lisa Webley (University of Westminster)
            Professor Becky Huxley-Binns (University of Law)

12.45:  Lunch

13.45:  Learning Gain workshop
            Led by Aminder Nijjar, HEFCE

14.15:  Student panel: "Great Expectations"
            Chaired by Professor Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (University of Westminster)

15.00:  Law Teacher of the Year 2017 finalist panel
           
Chaired by Luke Mason (St Mary's University, Twickenham)
            Dr Mohsen al Attar (Queen's University Belfast)
            Nick Clapham (University of Surrey)
            Dr Michael Fay (Keele University)
            Matthew Homewood (Nottingham Trent University)
            Geoffrey Main (Thomas Bennett Community College)
            Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris (University of Kent)

15.45:  Drinks reception and Law Teacher of the Year announcement
            Judges:
            Alison Bone (University of Brighton)
            Professor Alastair Hudson (University of Exeter)
            Professor Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (University of Westminster)
            Marianne Lightowler (OUP)

Accommodation

Should you wish to stay in Warwick the night before the conference, we have secured a B&B rate of £94 at the nearby Nailcote Hall Hotel, with complimentary parking.

To take advantage of this please email reservations@nailcotehall.co.uk or call Carly direct on 02476 466174 and quote “Acco-OUP ref: 63700”.

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