This popular conference series fosters innovative collaboration and invigorating dialogue about the use of story across the spectrum of lawyering skills. This conference will bring together academics, judges, and practitioners to explore the role of narrative in legal practice and to discuss curricular strategies that will prepare students to use story and narrative as they enter the practice of law. This is a very collegial and supportive conference, and we welcome proposals from people who are new to applied storytelling as well as from those who have already been part of the conversation.
Applied Legal Storytelling goes beyond traditional Law and Literature concepts to explore the role of narrative in law practice, judging and teaching. The conference organisers welcome and encourage presentations across the lawyering and doctrinal curriculum.
The fourth biennial Applied Legal Storytelling Conference will take place on Monday 22nd - Wednesday 24th July 2013, at the Atkin Building of City Law School, which is part of City University London.
- Full Conference (3 days): £258 (including Value Added Tax)
- Day Conference (Monday - half day): £60 (including Value Added Tax)
- Day Conference (Tuesday): £100 (including Value Added Tax)
- Day Conference (Wednesday): £100 (including Value Added Tax)
If you are a current City University London student or member of staff and would like to attend this conference, please contact Robert Mcpeake to reserve your place.
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When & where
From Monday 22nd July 2013 to Wednesday 24th July 2013
Grays Inn Place