The Community Legal Education (CLE) Zoom training session
The Community Legal Education (CLE) project is up and running again this semester, and have organised a Zoom training session for those interested in presenting lessons this semester or getting involved with CLE in general.
Radhika Chaudhri and Chloe Jaggers will speak on how to present legal information in an engaging manner, give a glimpse into what the current CLE lessons look like, and a lot more.
If you are interested in joining the group and developing your CLE skills – or just have some questions about the project more generally – please send an email to Chloe at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Zoom room and password details.
Radhika Chaudhri is a University Medalist and a PhD candidate at the ANU College of Law. Her research relates to economic forms of domestic violence. In particular, the project investigates the role that equitable doctrines play in responding to transactions entered into through financial abuse. Radhika’s academic interests include private law (especially equity, contracts and property), and feminist legal theory. Radhika has presented her work at national conferences.
Radhika is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy with a wealth of teaching experience across a wide variety of law subjects, including course design, convening, lecturing, and tutoring. Radhika also sits on the ACT Ministerial Advisory Council for Women, where she advises on legal responses to domestic violence.
Radhika has worked as an associate to the Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia. She has also worked as a community lawyer specialising in tenancy and social security law. This work involved advocacy and legal representation for victims of domestic violence, which partly inspired her doctoral research.