Transnational Online Legal Education Before and After the COVID-19 Pandemic
This webinar discusses how online (university or other) legal education interacts with each jurisdiction’s legal profession, university system, and ICT infrastructure, as well as how online legal education has developed both before and after the COVID-19 pandemic, comparing several jurisdictions beyond the Asia-Pacific region (covered in a previous webinar recorded): Croatia, Cyprus and Seychelles. This webinar also draws on draft National Reports for an International Academy of Comparative Law conference hosted over 23-28 October 2022 in Asuncion (Paraguay), comparing over 20 jurisdictions worldwide, for a volume to be published by Intersentia co-edited by Professors Luke Nottage and Makoto Ibusuki.
Find out more about the project, including links to several draft reports and general report.
- Professor Luke Nottage (also co-chair, University of Sydney Law School; Honorary Professor, University of Wollongong)
- Professor Mirela Zupan (University of Ozijek, Croatia)
- Dr Lida Pitsillidou (University of Central Lancaster, Cyprus)
- Ms Nyasha Noreen Katsenga (Office of the Chief Justice, Seychelles)