Trying to do the right thing: experiential learning, e-learning and employability skills in modern legal education
This article draws upon the author’s own experience of acting as e-learning and digital resource coordinator at the University of Exeter Law School in order to provide an evaluative approach to the research that has been undertaken. This research examines both the theoretical literature alongside the author’s own experiential reflection to conclude upon the existing interrogations of legal education in the post-LETR environment. As e-learning and digital resource coordinator, the author was personally responsible for the design, development, implementation and management of a number of innovative educational projects and these will form the basis of this article.
Keywords: legal education; technology; experiential learning; e-learning; employability; reflection