The list of conference presentations is extensive, particularly in recent years, in part as a deliberate strategy to publicise my work and those with whom I collaborate in the field of legal education and ICT.  Below are the conference and workshop papers I gave from 2014 – present.  Upcoming presentations in black, past presentations in grey.

2014

 

Maharg, P. (2014).  The wrong story: regulation, innovation and research in the future of legal education. Law Summit, Higher Education Academy, University of Loughborough, 22-23 January 2014.

University of Hong Kong, Visiting Professor Programme
Maharg, P. (2014).  The standardised client initiative: a portrait of the outsider as teacher.  14 February 2014.
Maharg, P. (2014).  The wrong story: regulation, innovation and research in the future of legal education. 15 February.

Maharg, P. (2014).  Shared space: regulation, technology and legal education in a global context. BILETA Conference, University of East Anglia, April 15-16 2014

Boylan-Kemp, J., Henderson, P., Huxley-Binns, R., Maharg, P.  (2014).  Laminated learning: social spaces, learning spaces and the design of complex legal pedagogies. Global Legal Skills Conference, Verona, 21-23 May 2014.

Maharg, P. (2014).  Regulatory relationships and legal education: the case of innovation. W.G. Hart Workshop, IALS, University of London, 23-24 June 2014.

ILECT VI 2014, City University, London, 12-14 July 2014

  • Panel: Embedding Ethical Competence (Chair, Richard Devlin)
  • Maharg, P. (2014) The wrong story: legal education, ethics and shared space regulation
  • Panel: Responding to the Ethics and Values Recommendations of the Legal Education and Training Review: How? (Chair, Nigel Duncan)
  • Maharg, P. (2014) Research into global legal education and ethics — challenges and essentials

University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Distinguished Professor of Teaching and Learning, 2014

  • Maharg, P. (2014) Legal education, ethics and shared space regulation
  • Maharg, P. (2014) Learning from each other: global and local interdependencies

Maharg, P. (2014) Assessment in legal education: global trends. Plenary invitation, Educating Tomorrow’s Conference: Putting Knowledge into Practice, IAALS), 18-20 September, University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

Maharg, P. (2014) Convergent literacies: legal research, informatics and the future of legal education.  Melbourne Law School, 8 October 2014

Maharg, P. (2014) Social Media and Legal Education Research. Invitation to speak at LERN Workshop, 5 November: ‘What’s the point if no-one knows about your research?  Embedding dissemination in research design’.

Maharg, P. (2014) Standardized Client Training, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, December 2014.


2015

 

Ching, J., Maharg, P., Sherr, A., Webb, J. (2015). An overture for well-tempered regulators: four variations on a LETR theme.  Invited public lecture: The Lord Upjohn Lecture, Inns of Court, London. 

Maharg, P., Webb, J. (2015). Of tails and dogs: standards, standardisation and innovation in assessment.  Fifty Years of Assessment in Legal Education, Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, University of London. 

Maharg, P. (2015). Digital research literacies for legal educators.  Invited workshop, Legal Education Research Network (LERN).  Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, University of London. 

Maharg, P. (2015). Well-being and learning: what legal educators and regulators can learn from progressive primary education.  Well-being Forum, ANU College of Law. 

Maharg, P. (2015). Disintermediation and legal education.  British and Irish Law Education and Technology Annual Conference, University of the West of England. 

Maharg, P. (2015). Digital research literacies for legal educators.  Invited workshop, staff development, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham. 

Maharg, P. (2015). Legal education and primary schools: what legal educators and regulators can learn from progressive primary education.  Centre for Legal Education, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham. 

Maharg, P. (2015). In conversation with David Boud.  CHELT seminar (Centre for Higher Education Learning and Teaching), ANU. 

Maharg, P., Eburn, M. (2015). Blogging and academic discourse.  PEARL Centre seminar (Profession, Education and Regulation in Law). 

Maharg, P. (2015). ‘Writing out loud’: blogging and the rhetoric of web thinking/writing.  Staff development seminar, Nottingham Law School. 

2016

 

Maharg, P. (2016). Learning/Technology.  British and Irish Law Education Technology Association (BILETA), University of Hertfordshire, 11-12 April.

Maharg, P. (2016). Disintermediation and Australian legal education.  National Law Reform Conference, Australian National University, 14 April.

Maharg, P. (2016).  Disintermediation: the art of good business and the art of learning justice. Invited Plenary Address.  Directions in Legal Education Conference, Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 4.

Maharg, P. (2016).  Osgoode Hall, Invited seminars, University of York, Toronto, June 9-10.

Maharg, P. (2016).  Innovative legal educational assessment.  Invited panel discussion, Third Symposium on Experiential Legal Education, New York Law School, New York, 11 June.

Maharg, P. (2016). Imagination and Legal Reasoning Conference, invited panel chair, (Session 3, Imagination, Education and Legal Reasoning), 15 June.

Maharg, P. (2016). Social research media and effective dissemination of research. Legal Education Research Network (LERN).  Invited seminar, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, 16 June.

Maharg, P., Rodenburg, D. (2016). The Redress of Legal Education.   Invited Legal Education stream plenary, Society of Legal Scholars, St Catherine’s College, Oxford, September.

Maharg, P. (2016). Disintermediation in legal education.  Legal Education/Technology session, Legal Education stream, Society of Legal Scholars, St Catherine’s College, Oxford, September.

Maharg, P. (2016).  Legal Education/Technology session (Paul Maharg, Chair), Legal Education stream, Society of Legal Scholars, St Catherine’s College, Oxford, September.

 

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