The Asian Journal of Legal Education (ale.sagepub.com) aspires to promote greater interest among legal academia and professionals to undertake serious academic research on issues involving pedagogy, social justice, and concerns for legal education in the globalized era primarily in the Asian region.
This Journal also aims to serve as a forum for legal educators and professionals who are engaged in experiments to make legal education and profession of law more meaningful and social justice oriented.
The Journal accepts submissions throughout the year. Articles, Essays, Book Review and Comments for publication may be submitted throughout the year. However, the schedule for considering the submissions for Vol. 2 Issue 2 (July, 2015 issue) is December 15, 2014.
Authors are requested to write on any of the following topics:
General Issues and Challenges to Legal Education.
Innovations in Pedagogy of Legal Education.
Clinical Legal Education.
Legal Research Methodology.
Legal Education and Globalization.
Legal Education and Access to Justice.
Legal Education as Tool to Enhance Governance Reforms.
Legal Education and Social Change.
Legal Education and Law Reform.
Legal Education and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Legal Education, Poverty and Development.
Continuing Legal Education.
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