Setting up a collaborative community legal outreach project
Waters, B. 2018. Setting up a collaborative community legal outreach project.
The purpose of this workshop is to explain why a collaborative community legal outreach project is a good idea for a University Law School. Some background to how such a project (in this case CLOCK) will be outlined, following which the importance of getting ‘buy in’ from various important stakeholders will be explained. A general idea of the costs in establishing and then running such a project will be provided. The workshop will also explain how best to set up such a project and the value of running a pilot study in the early phase of such an initiative. Some valuable research findings will be shared from the CLOCK projects established at both Canterbury Christ Church University and the University of Brighton, and this in part, will demonstrate the opportunities for the legal academy to demonstrate how theory meets practice. Other opportunities for students such as internships will also be shared.
|Keywords||CLOCK programme; community relations;|
|Conference||Workshop: Setting Up a Collaborative Community Legal Outreach Project|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||23 Apr 2019|
|Completed||03 May 2018|
|Accepted author manuscript|
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