12th Asia Pro Bono Conference and Access to Justice Exchange
The conference organized by a network consortium from throughout Asia and globally, is the largest annual gathering of persons supporting and engaged in access to justice, pro bono and public interest law in Asia.
The APBC will be an opportunity to share experiences, advocacies, and ideas not only among Asians but to learn as well from experts, practitioners, and policymakers from other regions of the world.
Date: 1 - 3 December 2023
Asia Virtual Mock CLE Evidence Exclusionary Hearing Workshops and Event
The Asia Virtual Mock CLE Evidence Exclusionary Hearing Workshops and Event is a collaborative learning exercise with subject matter that focuses on relevant legal issues and social justice outcomes, not a competition with winners and losers. It is an abbreviated form of the Standard/Traditional Mock Trial in which participants had the opportunity to experience key aspects of the courtroom trial experience without all the formalities of a traditional mock trial.
Asia CLE Conference
The Asia CLE Conference is an engaging event dedicated to enhancing Clinical Legal Education (CLE) programs. Explore a variety of models and methods aimed at strengthening clinical legal education and improving access to justice. The conference features interactive sessions, workshops, and strategic planning discussions, providing participants with valuable insights and practical strategies.
Global Pro Bono Move
The Global Pro Bono Move (Walk Jog Swim Bike Wheel Hike Move)
Together let’s move around the world for Justice. This awareness-raising event works hand-in-hand giving the opportunity for participation to persons across all the continents. Together let’s move with others across the globe and support the work of so many Pro Bono and Access to Justice providers globally, as they equally support and provide direly needed legal services for those in need.
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Asia Fair Trial Practices Roundtable
2023 Roundtable on Death Penalty and Serious Offences Sentence Mitigation, Strategies and Barriers
The Asia Fair Trial Practices Roundtable on Death Penalty and Serious Offences Sentence Mitigation, Strategies and Barriers is a dynamic and valuable platform of legal experts, scholars, civil society organizations, journalists, researchers and legal practitioners who are working on death penalty cases across Asia. This event aims to foster a meaningful and insightful dialogue on fair trial practices and principles related to death penalty cases, with a core focus on sentence mitigation, strategies and challenges.
Who Are We?
We are BABSEACLE, a 501-C-3 U.S. not-for-profit, access to justice/legal education organization which collaborates globally in the development of justice education and access to justice initiatives while simultaneously fostering generations of pro bono minded champions. BABSEACLE has been working collaboratively with universities, law students, law faculties, lawyers, members of the legal community, justice-related organizational partners, government and the private sector since 2003 to develop justice education and pro bono related programs throughout Asia and globally. These programs assist in providing access to justice services while simultaneously helping to build the next generation of social justice, pro bono minded champions. These programs and clinics assist communities, provide legal aid services and simultaneously help to build the next generation of social justice, pro-bono minded champions.
Over 1,100 Legal Trainings
Since 2003, BABSEACLE has a proven record of inspiring training workshops with law teachers, lawyers, legal service providers, students and community members through Asia and globally.
BABSEACLE seeks to develop and strengthen positive partnerships and networks locally, regionally and internationally. We endeavor to link access to justice programs to civil society organizations, law firms, corporations, governmental policy makers, municipalities, and justice sector institutions. We welcome partnerships to support these access to justice champions.