CEPLER Research and Scholarship

CEPLER fosters world-class, cutting-edge, independent research on the legal profession and legal education and provides a forum for debate.

We aim to provide work that is rigorous, critical and reflective and we engage with a wide variety of themes: legal ethics; access to legal services; the regulation of lawyers and lawyering; globalised legal services and the free movement of lawyers; diversity in the profession; and the where, why and how of pro bono.

Some of our academic staff discuss their research and scholarship

Clinical legal education - Linden Thomas
Careers and employability in Law - Paul McConnell

Current and recent research projects

The Clinical Legal Education Handbook