Wildy Logo
(020) 7242 5778
enquiries@wildy.com

Book of the Month

Cover of Chitty on Contracts 34th ed: Volumes 1 & 2

Chitty on Contracts 34th ed: Volumes 1 & 2

Edited by: Hugh Beale
Price: £595.00

Law Society's Conveyancing Handbook

Read more...


Welcome to Wildys

Watch


Wildy, Simmonds & Hill

New Edition
Small Claims Procedure in the County Court: A Practical Guide
Includes guide to Road Traffic Act Small Claims Protocol


The Complete List...


Offers for Newly Called Barristers & Students

Special Discounts for Newly Called & Students

Read More ...


Secondhand & Out of Print

Browse Secondhand Online

Read More...


Teaching Migration and Asylum Law: Theory and Practice

Edited by: Richard Grimes, Vera Honuskova, Ulrich Stege

ISBN13: 9780367765781
To be Published: December 2021
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £120.00



This highly topical book demonstrates the theoretical and practical importance of the study of migration law. It outlines approaches that may be taken in the design, delivery and evaluation of this study in law schools and universities to ensure an optimum level of learning.

Drawing on examples of best practice from around the world, this book uses a theoretical framework and examples from real clients and simulations to help promote the learning and teaching of the law affecting migrants. It showcases contributions from over 20 academics and practitioners experienced in asylum and immigration law and helps to unpick how to teach the complex international laws and procedures relating to migration between different countries and regions. The different sections of the book explore educational best practice, what content can be covered, different models for teaching and learning, and strategies to deal with challenges.

The book will appeal to scholars, researchers and practitioners of migration and asylum law, those teaching migration law electives and involved in curriculum design, as well as students of international, common and civil law.

Subjects:
Immigration, Asylum, Refugee and Nationality Law
Contents:
Foreword United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees,
Introduction Richard Grimes, Vera Honuskova and Ulrich Stege
Part 1: A framework for learning and teaching
Chapter 1 – The theory behind (more) effective learning and teaching.
Richard Grimes and Simona Travnickova
Part 2: What to teach: content and subject
Preface
Chapter 2 –Creating a Refugee Law Reader: from a teaching tool to a handbook
Boldizsar Nagy
Chapter 3 –Public interest lawyering and cosmopolitanism: a model for teaching immigration law
Omar Madhloom
Chapter 4 –Therapeutic jurisprudence in an asylum and refugee family reunion clinic
James Marson, Katy Ferris and Anna Kawalek
Chapter 5 –Exploring migration and migrants’ rights in clinical legal education: two case studies
Irene Antonopoulos, Paulina Ramírez Carvajal and Miguel Ángel Ramiro Avilés
Chapter 6 –An overview of the teaching of Refugee Law at the University of Cape Town, Law Faculty
Fatima Khan
Chapter 7 –Developing student research skills in migration clinics
Shaun McCarthy and Hannah Williams
Part 3: How to teach: teaching and learning models
Section A – Working with real clients
Preface
Chapter 8 –Learning and teaching immigration law through experience: law school clinical programs
Richard Boswell, Megan Ballard and Stacy Caplow
Chapter 9 –Developing a regional service for asylum seekers
Petronilla Ruth Sylvester, Carolina Moreno Velásquez and Gracy Pelacani,
Chapter 10 –Teaching clinic within a practice of injustice:  what clinical legal education with asylum-seekers can teach Australian students about inequity.
Mary Anne Kenny and Anna Copeland
Chapter 11 - Meeting the needs of clients and students - two Australian case studies: Flinders Migration Clinic, and Refugee and Immigration Legal Service 
Sanzhuan Guo and Robert Lachowicz,
Chapter 12 – Clinical Legal Education within the European-Mediterranean asylum and migration context – inside views from Valencia and Turin.
Ulrich Stege, Cecilia Blengino, and Andrés Gascón-Cuenca
Chapter 13 –Clinical legal education and migration: challenges in the academy.
Saša Zagorc,
Chapter 14 - The StrEEt Aware Law Clinic – EU Settlement Scheme Law Clinic at the University of Edinburgh
Rebecca Samaras
Section B – Using simulation and other approaches
Preface
Chapter 15 - Simulated role play: bridging the ‘knowing/doing gap’ in refugee law and policy
Laurie Berg
Chapter 16 - Using Live Action Role-Play in teaching migration and refugee law
Věra Honusková, Martin Faix and Kristýna Obrdlíková
Chapter 17 - Teaching refugee law through moot courts
Bríd Ní Ghráinne:
Chapter 18 - Theoretical foundations of gaming in teaching the functioning and future of European Migration- let’s play!
Tesseltje de Lange, Karen Geertsema and Sandra Mantu
Chapter 19 - Using real-life cases as a basis for learning: experiences from Amsterdam and Zagreb
Iris Goldner Lang, Marcelle Reneman
Chapter 20 - Studying online: the opportunities and challenges for the teaching of migration law
Rhonson Salim
Part 4: Challenges, strategies and ways forward
Preface
Chapter 21 - On building a boat (or, learning how not to teach refugee law)
Martin Jones
Chapter 22 - The clinic as a base for holistic study.
Ulrich Stege
Chapter 23 - The Migration Specialization programme: a laboratory for teaching migration and refugee law
Vera Honuskova
Conclusions
Richard Grimes, Vera Honuskova and Ulrich Stege