Review Comments by Julian Webb, UK Centre for Legal Education For me the most striking aspects of Transforming Legal Education are its breadth of learning and its ability to marry high theory with practice.
What does CLE stand for?
CLE stands for Centre for Legal Education (various locations)
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We have 142 other meanings of CLE in our Acronym Attic
- Civic Location Data Exchange Format (National Emergency Number Association)
- California Law Examination
- Canadian Lakehead Exhibition (Ontario, Canada)
- Cap Lillois pour Entreprendre (French employment initiative)
- Career Limiting Event
- Center for Leadership Education (various organizations)
- Center for Lifelong Education (Institute of American Indian Arts)
- Central Lobe Epilepsy (neurology)
- Centre de Loisirs Éducatifs (French: Educational Entertainment Center)
- Centre for Logic, Epistemology and the History of Science (São Paulo, Brazil)
- Centre Linguistique pour Etrangers
- Centre Locaux d'Emploi (French: Local Job Center; Canada)
- Centro Logistico Europeo
- Certified Lactation Educator
- Certified Linux Engineer (computer programming)
- Chinese Language Education
- Chinese Linux Extension
- Christian Life Education (Philippines)
- Classical Literacy Exam
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The award, which saw Gary pick up pounds 3,000 at a swish ceremony last week, was run in association with the UK Centre for Legal Education (UKCLE) and was sponsored by Oxford University Press.
The underlying pedagogy for the virtual town is 'negotiated learning' or 'transactional learning' in the sense developed by Flower (1994; Maharg and Paliwala, 2002, Maharg 2006,) A jointly funded UK project with the Universities' Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) and the UK Centre for Legal Education is now developing the project on a UK wide basis (http://technologies.
INTRODUCTION In February 2005 the authors embarked on a project, jointly funded by the UK Centre for Legal Education (UKCLE) (i) and the British & Irish Law, Education & Technology Association (BILETA) (ii), designed to investigate the use of Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) in UK law schools and to establish an online resource containing examples of good practice.