LOOKING FORWARD AT FORTY: LCN Conference and AGM, Newcastle 2018

This conference took place at Northumbria University, Sutherland Building, Newcastle NE1 8ST, on Thursday and Friday, 8-9 November 2018.

Talks and workshops materials below:

Social Justice Lawyering: Theory and Practice

A pioneering law centre with a radical agenda: ‘bringing law to the people’ in the early 1970s:  North Kensington Law Centre short film  

45th Anniversary:  Camden Community Law Centre video

Law Centre Solicitor Maureen Vincent's story

Social Justice Lawyering: a View from Academics

Jacqueline Kinghan, UCL Centre for Access to Justice

Dr Marie Burton, Middlesex University

Social Justice Lawyers Going Viral: Access to Justice, the Media and Legal Aid

Will Bordell, Justice Gap and Mary-Rachel McCabe, Doughty Street

Social Justice Lawyering: In Partnership

Health & Justice:  Sue James, Hammersmith & Fulham Law Centre

RIPPLE Project:  Emma Austin, Central England Law Centre

Social Justice Lawyers Going Digital

Alan Humphreys, the Legal Education Foundation
Helen Gazzi, Law Centres Network

Social Justice Lawyering: A View from across the pond

Lenny Abramowicz, Association of Community Legal Clinics of Ontario

Brenna DeVaney, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP
Jennifer Kroman, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton
Helen Rogers, Allen & Overy

Social Justice Lawyering: Everyday Equality

Nick Whittingham, Kirklees Citizens Advice & Law Centre
Jo Chimes, Kirkless Citizens Advice & Law Centre

Social Public Lawyering: Building Public Law Challenges

Derek Bernardi, Camden Community Law Centre

Polly Brendon, Public Law Project

Social Justice Lawyering and Brexit: Supporting Roma and other Vulnerable EU Citizens

Laura Chilintan, Law Centres Network
Raluca David, Law Centres Network
Michael Tarnoky, Lambeth Law Centre

AGM, Director's Presentation

Social Justice Lawyering: Its Place in Civil Society

Civil Society Futures: Steve Wyler, A Better Way Network