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Greta Bosch edits new European Journal of Legal Education

Dr Greta Bosch is editor-in-chief of a new online, international, peer-reviewed, open access journal publishing high-quality, original research.

The European Journal of Legal Education was launched on Friday 22 May 2020. It will publish articles on any aspect of legal education which will be of interest to legal academics teaching in law faculties anywhere in Europe. It is the revived journal of the European Law Faculties Association.

Dr Bosch said: "The re-launch of the European Journal of Legal Education is timely and valuable, and I am thrilled to be involved."

The first issue contains the following articles:

  • Stuart MacLennan: Teaching European Union Law after Brexit.
  • Greta S Bosch: Deconstructing Myths about Interdisciplinarity - is now the time to rethink interdisciplinarity in legal education?
  • Andreas R. Ziegler: How global should legal education be? Recommendations based on the compulsory teaching in international aspects taught at Swiss law schools.
  • Nigel Duncan, Caroline Strevens, and Rachael Field: Resilience and student wellbeing in Higher Education: A theoretical basis for establishing law school responsibilities for helping our students to thrive.
  • Daniel Barrow, Louise Glover, and Tamara Hervey: Pro Bono Develops Pericles and Plumbers: the roles of clinical legal education in contemporary European law schools.
  • Mary Catherine Lucey: Creating Legal Writing Opportunities in the Digital Era.

Professor Richard Moorhead, Head of Exeter Law School said: "I am delighted to see Greta leading this great Editorial Board. There has never a better time to be leading the debate on legal education.”

To see the European Journal of Legal Education go to the Journal’s website or follow the links on the ELFA website.

You can also follow them on Twitter (@ejle_eu).  


Date: 26 May 2020