Excerpts from the Open Justice Student Hub Live event are now available on YouTube, including lots of discussion on the role of pro bono and public legal education and advice on legal skills and dealing with practical legal issues.
1, Opening and Webtour – https://youtu.be/4MAUFuEZaQ0
2, Giving legal advice – https://youtu.be/pdv5DzXbMM8
3, Developing professional legal skills – https://youtu.be/TkFmNHMHT8A
4, Opening with Paul Catley – https://youtu.be/snoT-7QPFkE
5, Taking part in Open Justice Activities – https://youtu.be/eSO4faayZZA
6, Public Legal Education – https://youtu.be/zBy4LK_n3vU
7, Public Legal education in Prisons – https://youtu.be/wW8hCyJbb0k
The Open University Law School presents a live interactive event on 3rd May from 1.30pm – 3pm, and 7pm – 9pm (BST). We hope you can join us!
This event will be of interest to people studying, or intending to study, law at The Open University and also for those who have an interest in accessing legal support.
We will be showing you around the website and demonstrating how students would give pro bono advice, and we will fill you in on how The Open University have delivered public legal education to schools in areas such as human rights and social media law. There is also a session about how to meet the need for public legal education in prisons.
You can see the full programme and find out more about each session on the website http://studenthublive.kmi.open.ac.uk/
The event is online, interactive and open to everyone. The chat room will be open from 1pm and during the live event from 1.30pm you can send your tweets to @StudentHubLive (#StudentHubLive17), email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, complete the online voting tools, send us your comments and take part in the online discussions.
For more information and to join the event visit http://studenthublive.kmi.open.ac.uk/ (please use Chrome or Firefox). If you are unable to join the event on the day, a recording will be made available shortly after the event and you can watch this available in the following few days on the Student Hub Live website.