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Internet, Legal Education, and... Revolution.

We used the internet for toppling authoritarian regimes. How can we now use it to build? Legal education sound enticing?
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Wafa Ben Hassine

on 22 March 2014

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Transcript of Internet, Legal Education, and... Revolution.

+ how the internet helps
Reforming Legal Education in Tunisia
What's your first reaction?
THE LAW
Tunisians
fought
for ...
JUSTICE.
& JUSTICE...

it's a love story.
INTERWEBZ
wbenhassine@gmail.com
Questions? Comments? Wanna show love?
equality
dignity
So how can we WORK for JUSTICE?
Where do we START...?
JUSTICE INVOLVES:
On a most basic level...
wheels
society
moving
better// worse
education
(<3)
all
theory
no practice
transitional justice
professional mentoring
What works...?
Can we...?
selective importation
students
professors
lawyers
counselors
NGO US
NGO TN
USA NGO
TN NGO
quid pro quo
"Hey, we have this program... "
power of suggestion
empowerment
engagement
TECH
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