If you’d like to make a nomination for Law Teacher of the year please have a look at this information from Oxford University Press.
Is there a law teacher in your department with the potential to become Law Teacher of the Year 2011? Please visit www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/law for more information and to nominate a teacher online. Closing date for nominations end June 2010
The Law Teacher of the Year Award recognizes and rewards the law teachers who demonstrate the talent which plays such an important role in the education of tomorrow’s lawyers. The award is run in association with the UK Centre for Legal Education (UKCLE), and sponsored by Oxford University Press (OUP), with a prize fund of £3,000 for the winner. The award brings together teaching talent from across the UK, and the success of the award relies on teachers and students to send in nominations. So the first step begins with you – just give us the name of a teacher you think should be considered. We will then be in touch with the next step – we will send you a link to the online nomination form, and ask you to address the award criteria. It’s not about “off the wall” teaching methods – it’s talent that counts. To go straight to the online form visit: http://www.oup.co.uk/academic/highereducation/law/prizes/LTOTY
Tristan Jones Assistant Marketing Manager, Law Oxford University Press