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Online legal research resources from IALS Library

Back in early March, the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) Library was open for our members to come in and peruse our extensive collections of foreign and international law. We had recently re-opened all floors following a refurbishment project,…

A digital teaching revolution due to the corona crisis?

https://www.pikrepo.com/fbafi/e-learning-and-on-line-degree-concept-learning-and-knowledge-blue-version “Knowledge is not a good to be communicated and consumed: it is something that forms and develops when lecturers and students come together; when a student poses a critical question; when a supervisor comments on an argument in a…

COVID-19 and its international response

Across the world, COVID-19 has changed lives. Whether it’s via social distancing or other more severe forms of quarantine, economic disruptions, or the various declarations of emergency from nations spanning the globe, daily routines have been interrupted. Many of us…

Reminiscence of Sydney

IALLs scholarships enable colleagues from around the world to participate in the Annual Courses. The 2019 bursary winners, who attended The Annual Course in Sydney, has been so kind as to share their reflections on the Conference. I saw the…

Under Fire

It’s customary in many parts of the world to use the advent of the new year as an opportunity to reflect on the previous year.  For many of us, the beginning of 2020 invites reaching back ten years to see…