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CONFERENCE PAPERS

2016 

“Inherently Sensitive And Potentially Dodgy”: Can We Do Autoethnography Ethically?, European Conference on Educational Research (Emerging Researchers Conference), Dublin, 23 August 2016.

The Role of Clinical Legal Education in a New Age of Austerity: The Ethical Dilemma, International Legal Ethics Conference, New York City, 14 July 2016.

Making the case for Autoethnography in Clinical Legal Education: Time for Reflexivity 2.0, 14th International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference, Toronto, 11 July 2016.

“Apparently, being a self-absorbed c**t is now academically lauded”: the challenges of doing autoethnography in the academy, Northumbria Faculty & Doctoral Conference, Newcastle, 29 June 2016.

Entrepreneurship and Commercial Clinics in the UK: An Overview and Q&A, Clinical Legal Education Organisation Conference, 1 June 2016 [with Patrick Cahill, Queen Mary University London & Nick Johnson, Nottingham Law School].

2015

5 things I learned during Academic Writing Month, Northumbria Law School Christmas Conference, Northumbria University, 10 December 2015.

Should I share my journal entry with you? An ethical dilemma faced by an experiential educator, 2nd British Autoethnography Conference, Aberdeen, 31st October 2015.

Colleague? Mentor? Friend? An autoethnographic explanation of how student engagement through experiential education enables a different narrative of good teacherhood, Negotiating Recent Reform in Higher Education: the Question of ‘Student Engagement’, 25th Sept 2015.

Seeing Both Sides: Reflections on a Transactional Clinic Collaboration, GAJE/IJCLE 2015 Conference, Turkey, 24th July 2015 [with Patrick Cahill, Queen Mary University London].

From rote to  realism: the role of clinical legal education in providing best  practice in assessment and feedback, Association of Law Teachers 50th annual conference, 31st March 2015 [with Carol Boothby, Northumbria University].

Creativity and Commerce: The rise of the experiential business law clinic in the UK, Commonwealth  Legal Education Conference, Glasgow, 8th  April  2015 [with Victoria Gleason, Northumbria University].

2014

Feeding back: Providing law clinic students with nourishing formative feedback: International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference, July 2014, Czech Republic.

Commercial Awareness: what is it and can we teach it? [with Siobhan McConnell]: Northumbria Research Conference, May 2014.

Business clinics: opportunity knocks?: Running a legal clinic: facing the challenges and sharing good practice, February 2014, One Day HEA Workshop at Northumbria Law School

Assessment and feedback in clinical programs [with Victoria Murray], Running a legal clinic: facing the challenges and sharing good practice, February 2014, One Day HEA Workshop at Northumbria Law School

2012 – 2013

Special bodies: an update: Clinical Legal Education Organisation, November 2013, Portsmouth

The regulation of special bodies: LawWorks Student Pro Bono Conference, November 2012, Manchester

Taking care of business: a new clinician’s experience of supervising and developing commercial case work: International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference, July 2012, Durham

Exploring the impact of the Legal Services Act 2007 on law clinics: special rules for special bodies?: International Journal of Clinical Legal Education Conference, July 2012, Durham

STAFF SEMINARS

What’s the story, autoethnography? Staff Research Seminar, 20 April 2016.

How to become a writing ninja PGR Lunch, 1 March 2016.

TRAINING 

Facilitator, Training of Trainers: Implementing Justice Education in Diverse ContextsTurkey,  27 -28th July 2015.