On Friday 30 October 2020, Dr Lydia Bracken co-facilitated a workshop on Street Law with Siobhan Cullen and Brónagh Heverin of Letterkenny Institute of Technology. The workshop formed part of a training of trainers event titled ‘Using Non-Live Client Clinic to teach Law – A Workshop for Law Teachers’, which was organised jointly by the European Network for Clinical Legal Education (ENCLE) and Letterkenny Institute of Technology through the ‘REAL’ project.
The REAL (Reimagining Experiential Academic Learning) project aims to establish a national alliance for the development of experiential legal education in Ireland. It is a collaborative project between Letterkenny Institute of Technology (Siobhan Cullen and Brónagh Heverin), the University of Limerick (Dr Lydia Bracken) and the Institute of Technology Carlow (Sadhb Reddy), which is funded by the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning. More information on the REAL Project can be accessed at: https://www.teachingandlearning.ie/project/the-real-project-reimagining-experiential-academic-learning-using-experience-to-teach-learn-in-law-a-framework-for-engagement-assessment-and-transferability/
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