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Global Legal Skills Conference 2018 (GLS-13)

  • 09 Dec 2018
  • (UTC+11:00)
  • 12 Dec 2018
  • (UTC+11:00)
  • Melbourne Law School
The 2018 Global Legal Skills Conference (GLS-13) will provide an opportunity to share the best practices of international legal skills education while taking in the beautiful surroundings of Melbourne, Australia. The December 2018 conference at Melbourne Law School will begin on Sunday, December 10, 2018, and continue through Wednesday, December 12, 2018. There are certain to be activities before and after the conference itself, so if your schedule allows please plan to arrive a few days early and to stay for a few days after.


Presentation proposals for the GLS-13 Conference are now being accepted on topics relating to legal writing and legal skills education (particularly for lawyers and law students who speak English as a second language), international litigation, comparative and international law, and related subjects. Individual presentations will normally be 15-20 minutes. Panels and roundtables will normally be an hour and include three to five speakers. You may be nominated to be on more than one panel but speakers will normally be given only one speaking opportunity to allow others to participate.

Please send an email to Prof. Mark E. Wojcik at mwojcik@jmls.edu with the subject line “GLS-13 Proposal.” Include a proposed title, brief description, and proposed speakers.

The first call for presentations will be open until February 28, 2018 and decisions made by March 28, 2018. Additional presentation proposals will be accepted until April 30, 2018 if space is still available. Poster presentations will be accepted until November 1, 2018.

Please see here for the full Call for Papers.

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