Oxford University Press is hosting its annual Celebrating Excellence in Law Teaching Conference at Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire on the 27th June.
The Celebrating Excellence in Law Teaching conference features expert guest speakers and sessions on some of the biggest topics in legal education today. This one-day event offers a unique opportunity to enhance your teaching skills and share knowledge with law lecturers from around the UK. Save the date for a day of discussion, workshopping and celebration.
General registration and further details, such as conference programme, guest speakers and price, will be released shortly.
Sessions during the 2018 conference included:
- OUP editors sharing findings of their market research and publishing plans ahead of the launch of the Solicitors Qualifying Examination
- Michael Fay hosting a panel session with students on student mental health, its impact on academics, and practical initiatives to employ
- Warren Barr of Liverpool University, and part of the business and law TEF panel sharing his insights from the TEF subject level pilots.
CELT has been independently evaluated for Continuing Professional Development purposes by The CPD Certification Service. This means the conference complies with universally accepted principles of CPD and has been structured to meet the criteria of personal development plans, all delegates are entitled to claim CPD points for attendance.