[Update: video recording on Youtube – click here.]
This 1 February 2022 noon-1.30pm (AEDT) webinar at Sydney Law School 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, across several Asia-Pacific jurisdictions: Australia, Japan, Canada, Brunei/Malaysia/Singapore, Macau and Hong Kong. It 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.
- Professor Luke Nottage (also co-chair, University of Sydney Law School)
- Professor Makoto Ibusuki (also co-chair, Seijo University)
- Dean Trish Mundy (University of Wollongong)
- Professor William van Caenagem (Bond University)
- Assistant Prof Nobumichi Teramura (University of Brunei)
- Assoc Professor Salim Farrar (University of Sydney Law School)
- Professor Rostam Neuwirth (University of Macau)
- Professor Adrien Habermacher (University of Moncton, Canada)
- Wilson Lui and Assoc Prof Alice Lee (University of Hong Kong)
- Professor Kenichi Yoneda (Kagoshima University, Japan)
Registration – gratis:
Please click here to register in-person. (There are limited places available to attend this event in-person.)
This event is hosted by the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law at Sydney Law School, Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL) and the Transnational Law and Policy Centre at the University of Wollongong.