Good Memories with Lecturer from Vietnam
Jul02

Good Memories with Lecturer from Vietnam

Phattharadanai Chaiyayong Intern and Volunteer Coordinator I am the Intern and Volunteer Coordinator for the BABSEACLE Thailand office. I am responsible for processing applications from prospective interns and volunteers, and helping them with any questions. One of the challenges I face in my work is that I have to interview people who want to be a volunteer or an intern. I find this challenging because my English is not so good, so I...

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BABSEACLE Library
Jul02

BABSEACLE Library

Hang Trinh, Law Faculty, Vinh University I really love books so it was easy to fall in love with the BABSEACLE Library!! The first time I came to visit the BABSEACLE House, I was impressed by the library. It was located at the center of the house. There were long shelves on the right hand side and some shorter shelves on the left when I looked in from the door to get inside. It had a lot of books with various topics and eye–catching...

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Placement Options
Jun20

Placement Options

Option V: Vietnam As part of its mission to create and strengthen sustainable legal and legal education and access to justice programs worldwide through community and clinical legal education programs, as mentioned earlier, since 2003; BABSEA CLE has been working collaboratively with universities, law students, law faculties, and organizational partners to develop legal clinics throughout Viet Nam.   Option T: Thailand Thailand...

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From CMU to BABSEACLE
Mar29

From CMU to BABSEACLE

By Charles Fairbank: Former Intern at BABSEACLE As a Canadian student doing an academic year abroad at Chiang Mai University, I was given the opportunity to do a placement with BABSEACLE. For our second semesters we have to do a placement with an organization and write a research report linked to it. Though I am still in my third year of undergraduate studies, I have been debating going to law school after my undergraduate degree. As...

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Community Legal Education: The Power of Information
Mar27

Community Legal Education: The Power of Information

By Chelsea Fish: Former Intern at BABSEACLE I arrived in Chiang Mai, Thailand for my internship with BABSEACLE the goal of gaining experience in community legal education (CLE). Though my exposure to CLE was limited, I had spent the latter part of my M.A. in Geography studying land acquisition law in India. This had alerted me to the immense inequality in access to information about land law, particularly individual rights and state...

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Reflections on the QUT/ BABSEACLE 3 Week Internship
Mar27

Reflections on the QUT/ BABSEACLE 3 Week Internship

From an Academic Supervisor’s Perspective By Catherine Campbell: Associate Lecturer Law School QUT In January 2013 thirteen Law students from the Queensland University of Technology completed a 3 week internship with BABSEACLE. This is the third successive year in which students have completed the internship for academic credit. Students are enrolled in an undergraduate law work-integrated learning unit ‘Learning in Professional...

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