Hafner, C. A. (2018, December). Learning to think like a lawyer: An empirical interdisciplinary perspective. Plenary address presented at the The 2018 Australasian Professional Legal Education Council Conference, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong.
Wong, M., & Hafner, C. A. (2017, June 2). Experts’ perspectives on legal communication: Multimedia materials. Poster presented at the Faces of English 2: Teaching and Researching Academic and Professional English Conference, The University of Hong Kong.
Hafner, C. A. (2016, December 2). Promoting effective legal communication: An interdisciplinary collaboration. Paper presented at Learning the Language of the Law: An interdisciplinary symposium for legal and language practitioners, Graduate Law Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Sharma, R. (2016, December 2). The art and science of advocacy. Conference paper presented at Learning the Language of the Law: An interdisciplinary symposium for legal and language practitioners, Graduate Law Centre, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Hafner, C. A., Burke, J. A. S., Lynch, K. L., Scully-Hill, A., & Sharma, R. (2016, June 3). An interdisciplinary project to develop a digital multimedia resource to meet Law students’ legal English needs: Findings, progress and resources. Conference paper presented at the Conference on Teaching and Learning in Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Hafner, C. A. (2016, May 27). Spoken interaction in an academic legal context: The discourse of the arbitration moot. Conference paper presented at the Law, Language and Communication Conference, Centre for Research in Language and Law, Caserta, Italy.
Hafner, C. A. (2015, November 20). Composing lawyers: Disciplinary socialization in the writing of a collaborative legal memorandum. Seminar presented at the Symposium of Second Language Writing, Auckland University of Technology.
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