Justice Through Legal Education

Research collaborations

Books

 

1. D. Adams, P. Breedt, D. Dass, C. Fritz, L. Grové, E. Hanekom, J. Hillier, S. Jassiem, A. Klaasen, C. Landsberg, S. Mahomed, S. Meyer, Y. Moodley, G. Pillay, S. Rasikhalela, S. Rippenaar, N. Roode, D. Singo, C. Smit, S. van der Merwe, M. Welgemoed contributed to chapters in the book Bodenstein (ed.) Law Clinics and the Clinical Law Movement in South Africa (Juta 2018) - (https://juta.co.za/catalogue/law-clinics-and-the-clinical-law-movement-in-south-africa_25479)

 

Publications

 

1.Holness and Moodley (South Africa) plus two American co-authors, Hill and Maman “Legal knowledge, needs, and assistance seeking among HIV positive and negative women in Umlazi, South Africa” (2016) 16(3) BMC International Health and Human Rights 1-10. This includes legal aid assistance hence my including it.

2.Charles Hodges, Stephanie Moore, Barb Lockee, Torrey Trust and Aaron Bond' The Difference between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning' at https://er.educause.edu/articles/2020/3/the-difference-between-emergency-remote-teaching-and-online-learning

3.http://www.saflii.org/za/journals/DEJURE/2012/4.pdf

Research BY Jonathan Campbell, Rhodes University Law Clinic, Rhodes University 

Publications

1.Campbell, J “The role of law faculties and law academics: Academic education or qualification for practice” (2014) 25 Stellenbosch Law Review 15.
2. Campbell, J “Short-term credit: recent developments and the new limits on the cost of micro-loans” (2016) 28(3) SA Mercantile Law Journal 461.
3. Campbell, J “Decolonising Clinical Legal Education” in Tshivhase, Mpedi, Reddi (eds) Decolonisation and Africanisation of Legal Education in South Africa Juta Law (2019).

 

Conference papers
1. Campbell, J “Short-term credit: recent developments and the new limits on the cost of micro-loans” Law Teachers Conference (Swakopmund, Namibia) January 2017
2. Campbell, J “Decolonising clinical legal education: what can this mean?” The South African Law Deans' Association Conference: “The 'Decolonisation' And 'Africanisation' Of Legal Education In South Africa” (University of Johannesburg), October 2017.
3. Campbell, J “Decolonising the law clinic curriculum in post-colonial countries: what does this mean?” The 9th Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE) Worldwide Conference: “Breaking Down Walls: The Transformative Power of Justice Education” (Puebla, Mexico), December 2017.
4. Campbell, J “Decolonising clinical legal education: what can this mean?” Stellenbosch University Law Clinic Conference: “Considering Some Contemporary Challenges Facing South African University Law Clinics” (Stellenbosch), July 2018.

5. Campbell, J “Preventative Lawyering in Justice Education and Practice” at the 10th worldwide Global Alliance for Justice Education (GAJE) conference: “The Inspiration and Diversification of Justice Education” (Bandung, Indonesia), 4-8 December 2019.

 

Research by Dave Holness, University of Kwazulu-NataL, Howard College Campus

 Publications

  1. Holness "Promoting the quality of Legal Aid in South Africa through better co-ordination of service provision.” March 2021 in Law Democracy and Development 2021(1).
  2. Holness "Improving Access to Justice through Law Graduate Post-Study Community Service in South Africa" PER / PELJ 2020 (23).
  3. Holness “Recent Developments in the Provision of Pro Bono Legal Services by Attorneys in South Africa” [2013] 16(1) Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 129-164.
  4. Holness “The constitutional justification for free legal services in civil matters in South Africa” [2013] 27(2) Speculum Juris 1-21.
  5. Holness “Improving Access to Justice Through Compulsory Student Work at University Law Clinics” [2013] 16(4) Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 328-349.
  6. Holness “The need for recognition and regulation of paralegals: an analysis of the roles, training, remuneration and impact of community based paralegals in South Africa” (2013) 38(2) Journal of Juridical Science 78-105.
  7. Holness and Moodley (South Africa) plus two American co-authors, Hill and Maman “Legal knowledge, needs, and assistance seeking among HIV positive and negative women in Umlazi, South Africa” (2016) 16(3) BMC International Health and Human Rights 1-10. This includes legal aid assistance hence my including it.

RESEARCH BY S V D MERWE, STELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITY LAW CLINIC, THE UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH

Publications
1. S v d Merwe "Towards Designing a Validated Framework for Improved Clinical Legal Education: Empirical Research on Student and Alumni Feedback" Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal 2020(23) 1-31.
2. S v d Merwe “Contemporary challenges facing law clinics” De Rebus November 2018: 15 - 16.
3. S v d Merwe “Robots and the Law” (With Richards-Bray, Hardy and East) European Foundation for Management Development Global Focus Journal 2018 (3) 12: 46 - 49.
4. S v d Merwe “Different Methods of Teaching and Learning: Simulated Exercises” Law Clinics and the Clinical Law Movement in South Africa (2018) 217-219.
5. S v d Merwe “Teaching Portfolio: Civil Trial Advocacy” Law Clinics and the Clinical Law Movement in South Africa (2018) 343-364
6. S v d Merwe “A Case Study in Advocating for Expanded Clinical Legal Education: The University of Stellenbosch Module” 2017 28(3) Stell LR 679-701.


RESEARCH BY GÖKŞEN EFFENDI, AUCKLAND PARK, UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG LAW CLINIC, THE UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG

Conference papers

1. Effendi, G “The Auckland Park Law Clinic approach to COVID” The University of Johannesburg Law Faculty Webinar Series: “On COVID and the law with specific reference to the law clinic environment” (Johannesburg), August 2020.
2. Effendi, G “Sustainability of South African Law Clinics in a technology driven world” at the Southern African Law Teachers Conference (SALTC) 2020 (Skukuza) January 2020.
3. Effendi, G “A UCT Law Clinic case study for determining the primary function of law clinics within a South African context” Stellenbosch University Law Clinic Conference: “Considering Some Contemporary Challenges Facing South African University Law Clinics” (Stellenbosch), July 2018.


Book Reviews

1. Effendi, G (February 2020) Effective Legal Interviewing and Counselling by R Du Plessis, TSAR Journal of South African Law;
2. Effendi, G (February 2020) Law Clinics and the Clinical Law Movement in South Africa by Jobst Bodenstein, T SAR Journal of South African Law.

RESEARCH BY SHAUN Bergover, RHODES UNIVERSITY LAW CLINIC, RHODES UNIVERSITY 

Conference paper

Bergover, S “Public interest litigation and costs” at a conference titled “Public interest litigation in Australia – a comparative perspective” (La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia), 8 August 2019.

RESEARCH BY Lourens Grové, UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA LAW CLINIC, THE UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA

Conference paper
Lourens Grové at the IJCLE/ENCLE Conference in Bratislava, Slovakia, on 4 July 2019. “Technology as an access to justice capacity multiplier in Law Clinics”

RESEARCH BY ELIZE RADLEY DFC, UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG LAW CLINIC, THE UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG

Conference Papers
1. Radley, E A specialist court clinic – an aid to the law faculty, the government and the community 2005 – Journal of Clinical Legal Education / Australian CLE Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

2. Innovation in the assessment of final year LLB students at the UJ Law Clinic (Joint paper – E Steenhuisen, E Radley, N Naidoo and A van den Bergh) 2005 – Journal of Clinical Legal Education / Australian CLE Conference, Melbourne, Australia.
3. Radley, E The attorney’s intervention in a student’s Law Clinic experience : a reality check 2015 – South African Law Teachers Conference, Durban, South Africa.
4. Radley, E Covid-19 and the sudden reality of a simulation law clinic. UJ Faculty of Law Webinar – 6 October 2020
Publication
5. Book review on the text book,  “Clinical Law in South Africa”,Lexis Nexis, 2016, (3rd edition) published in the Journal of South African Law (TSAR), 2018(3).

RESEARCH BY ALET BEYL, SOWETO, UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG LAW CLINIC, THE UNIVERSITY OF JOHANNESBURG

Conference paper
1. Beyl, A “THE DYNAMICS OF A DYNAMIC LAW CLINIC” The University of Johannesburg Law Faculty Webinar Series: “On COVID and the law with specific reference to the law clinic environment” (Johannesburg), August 2020.

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