LETR five years on


Thanks to Jess Guth and the ALT, the LETR research team came together in Leeds (UK) on 25 June to revisit its work five years after publication of the 2013 Report.

It was an excellent and thought-provoking conference, ad interesting to see the ways in which developments in the last five years can be benchmarked against the report (or not). Paul Maharg has blogged a number of the conference sessions on his website, permalinks as follows:

Parallel session 1

Professions (plenary) panel

Parallel session 2

As part of the process of reflection we thought it would be interesting, and perhaps useful, to collate the work we have done since 2012 that directly addresses LETR, or builds on it in some way. The attached LETR research team outputs 2012-18 captures outputs primarily by Ching, Maharg and Webb. The list, I think, is interesting in showing the geographical reach of LETR, particularly in terms of regulatory engagement, which is probably a more meaningful/reliable measure of impact than the mere locations of presentations and publications. It also hopefully captures ways in which LETR clearly continues to inform the individual authors’ work and its direction. It  will hopefully be updated to include additional outputs from Avrom Sherr.

This post was updated on 26/06/18 to include the conference permalinks and to embed rather than reproduce the list of outputs.

 

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