Tuesday 6 November, 17:30-21:00, The Law Society, Chancery Lane
Russian Law Week provides a unique opportunity to English solicitors and barristers to obtain a true insight and to get answers from top professionals to all the questions about Russian law that they always wanted to ask. Read about the views and experiences of Artem Doudko, a Partner in the International Arbitration Group at Osborne Clarke and head of the firm’s Russia and CIS Disputes practice, and the tradition of Russian Law Week.
The Viet Nam Supreme People’s Court is looking for two international experts for their workshops on the Convention on International Sales of Goods (CISG) and State-Investor Dispute Settlement (ISDS).
Following the success of the fourth Russian Law Week conference in London and English Law Week 2017 in Moscow and St Petersburg, the Law Society and the Bar Council in partnership with the Federal Chamber of Lawyers of the Russian Federation, the Moscow Chamber of Advocates, the St Petersburg Chamber of Advocates, the British Russian Law Association, and the Anglo-Russian Law Association are organising the fifth Russian Law Week conference in London from 12 to 14 November 2018.
We are seeking expressions of interest from small to medium sized firms considering expanding their businesses into Malaysia.
On 18 September 2018, the Law Society – together with the Bar Human Rights Committee and the IBA Human Rights Institute – submitted a report to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Independence of Judges and Lawyers.
The Law Society, in partnership with the Bar Council of England and Wales, Barra Mexicana, ANADE, INCAM, with support of the British Embassy in Mexico, organised the first ever English Law Week in Mexico City, Mexico (3 - 5 September 2018).
Date: Friday 9 November 2018. Location: Kimpton Hotel Monaco, 700 F St NW, Washington
The Law Society and Transparency International join forces to highlight the role of judges and lawyers in tackling corruption and building peaceful societies
The Law Society, together with Lawyers Rights Watch Canada and Lawyers for Lawyers, made a submission to the UN Human Rights Council on lawyers and human rights defenders in Turkey. Specifically, the submission focused on the continued violation of non-derogable rights after the lifting of the state of emergency in that country.