I am attending the annual conference for the Australasian Professional Legal Education Council hosted by the Institute of Professional Legal Studies in Auckland this year (13-15 November 2014). I will post some impressions from the sessions I’ve attended after I return to Australia today, but overall the standard of the presentations is very high and there seems to be momentum building for research inpractice. Thanks to APLEC for their support for my attendance at the conference.
I presented yesterday on “ConceptualisingPractice as a Community of Learning through Practice Research” – I am arguing practice research encompasses professional practice research, scholarship of teaching and learning in professional legal education and the social, cultural, regulation, and policy around .
Here’s a copy of my Prezi (more on this later):