Due to the state of unexpected circumstances, we have had to make the unfortunate decision to postpone the 3rd Asia Clinical Legal Education Conference to 2025. The dates will be announced once they are confirmed. 

While we are disappointed not to be able to hold the Conference this coming July as planned, we are also confident that this is the best way to ensure that the Conference is as vibrant, dynamic, and meaningful as we believe it can and should be. We hope you will join us in 2025! 
We deeply apologise for any and all inconveniences this may cause but are confident that you understand that the decision was made after thorough reflection and taking into account many considerations.  
If you have submitted a request to present at the Conference, the Programme Committee will follow up with you in the near future and inquire as to whether you still would like to present in 2025. If you have not yet submitted a presentation proposal, but are interested in doing so, revised guidelines and deadlines on how to do this will be shared soon. 
Thank you again for all that you do, and we look forward to being connected to you in other ways, and other events, in 2024, and being with you in Nepal in 2025.

Clinical legal education (CLE) is a progressive educational system most often implemented through university-based faculty of law programs to help develop better-trained, more socially conscious legal service providers. It is a process whereby students learn by doing. It is an experiential problem-solving based model, in which students actively involve themselves in either real client/personal interactions or simulation case studies set up to mirror real client/personal scenarios. This process is conducted under the supervision of experienced clinicians and legal practitioners. CLE also involves a variety of community outreach programs.

As a teaching device, this type of experiential problem-based learning is considered a highly effective means of adult learning where students learn and importantly retain a vast amount of what is taught.  The use of this interactive method of teaching focuses students on becoming more able, thorough and ethical advocates, attorneys, governmental and private employers/employees.

“Clinical Legal Education (CLE) programs provide pro bono services to the community while educating the next generation of social justice, pro bono champions.”

Kathmandu School of Law
Nepal Law Campus