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International Bar Association Annual Conference 2018
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International Bar Association
Conference Description

The 2018 IBA Annual Conference in Rome will feature over 200 conference sessions. These vary widely in style and, with the core substantive committee sessions at the heart of the conference programme covering most sectors and practice areas, the conference will provide the opportunity to focus on your own areas of interest. There are sessions on a wide range of topics, such as the challenges of law firm management and international relationships, ethics, the future of the legal profession, and the rule of law and human rights. You can hear from some of the leading thinkers in law today through a series of Showcase sessions highlighting the role the legal profession plays in society. The conference provides everything from the opportunity to learn from the world’s leading practitioners, to being part of the debate on the future of the law.

Complete program attached in pdf format.

Early bird registration ends Friday, July 20. Registration for IBA members who are academics or judges is 1615 euros plus VAT; increases to 2475 euros after July 20.

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