UCL Public International Law Pro Bono Project present at UCL Education Conference
4 April 2019
The project presented their collaborative educational enterprise at the UCL Education Conference, which took place on 1st April 2019.
The UCL Public International Law (PIL) Pro Bono Project have presented their innovative collaborative educational enterprise – which connects our LLM and PhD students with UCL Laws academic staff and activates students as partners in human rights protection work – at the recent UCL Education Conference.
The presentation explained the PILPBP’s work and working methods, and the Connected Curriculum/UCL 2034 dimensions of their work, and was delivered by UCL Laws’ Dr Kimberley N Trapp; Professor Alex Mills, who are co-directors of the project; and PhD- Coordinators Luis Viveros, Ed Robinson, Niko Pavlopoulos, and Priya Urs.
PILPBP brings together LLM and PhD students with a background in international law and provides them with opportunities to get first hand practical experience in public international law. The project is in its second year as a Faculty run project, having won a Provost’s Education Award in its first year (2018).