The European Network for Clinical Legal Education (ENCLE) and the Open Society Foundations (OSF) hold lunch meeting on the 22nd September at the Open Society European Policy Institute.
The aim of this meeting was to create a greater awareness amongst European Institutions and Organisations about the advantages of Clinical legal education and to demonstrate the great achievements of legal clinics in Europe for the modernization of legal education, the teaching and enforcement of EU law, and the pro bono legal support provided to mostly underrepresented individuals in Europe.
The 2014 ENCLE General Assembly meeting took place on 16 July, at the University of Olomouc as part of the 2nd annual ENCLE conference.
During the meeting, attendees discussed the previous year's activities and budget and also had an opportunity to hear about the network's exciting future plans.
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Human Rights Training for Clinical Law Professors/Supervisors
The European Network for Clinical Legal Education (ENCLE) and the Open Society Justice Initiative (OSJI) are planning a training for law professors or others supervising students on clinic work from clinics in Europe. The training will take place in Brussels, 22-23 September 2014.
ENCLE is a European Network of persons committed to achieving justice through education. It aims to bring together persons from different countries, who exchange perspectives and work collaboratively from a variety of legal, educational and organizational settings in order to promote justice and increase the quality of law teaching through Clinical Legal Education (CLE).