The University of Glamorgan received funding to continue to offer the collaborative module ‘The Law in Welsh’ (Y Gyfraith yn Gymraeg) to second year students at Glamorgan, in collaboration with Aberystwyth and Bangor Universities.
Aberystwyth University received funding to hold an intercollegiate moot, following the success of a moot held in 2011.
Aberystwyth University received funding to establish an inter-collegate moot competition to promote the skill of dealing with legal materials in Welsh amongst students.
Cardiff University received funding to translate the Wales Legislation Online website (http://www.wales-legislation.org.uk), which aims to explain the extent of the Welsh Assembly Government's law-making powers clearly and systematically, and includes details of the legislation made by that government under devolved powers.
Bangor University received funding to print and publish Geiriadur Termau’r Gyfraith (Dictionary of Legal Terms), a resource developed to facilitate the process of teaching Law through the medium of Welsh. The Bangor University Press published a thousand copies of the volume in August 2008, and the creation of the resource has been welcomed by academics, students and lawyers throughout Wales.
Aberystwyth University received funding to translate a number of articles for the benefit of students and lecturers who partake in the 'Cyfraith Gofal Iechyd’ (‘Health Care Law’) module, which is offered collaboratively by Aber and Bangor Universities.
Swansea University received funding to create a printed volume on the subject of law and language. The volume - which will be published in May 2011 - will consider how legislation can be used in order to support, protect and develop minority languages, and to secure the rights of people who speak such languages. The volume will include sections which will discuss this subject in Welsh, British, European and Global contexts.