The conference takes place on 18-20 November 2015 in Livingstone, Zambia and has been organised by the IBA African Regional Forum and the Law Association of Zambia.
- The state of constitutionalism and the rule of law in Africa
- Developing your practice and improving competitiveness of law firms in Africa
- Inward investment in Africa – discussion of the issues
- Recent developments in the relationship between business and human rights
- Improving your service to your corporate clients – what your in-house counsel really wants?
- Mergers and acquisitions across Africa • Capital markets • Key elements of advising financers, contractors and owners in major infrastructure projects
- The role of alternative dispute resolution and judicial case management in the administration of justice
- Bar Leaders’ Day focussing on achieving excellence in Africa – the Bar Association’s responsibility to improve the profession
- Young Lawyers’ Training Day – fundamentals of international legal business practice Who should attend? Lawyers, both private and in-house, judges, bar leaders, policy makers and others interested in legal developments in Africa.
Who should attend?
Lawyers, both private and in-house, judges, bar leaders, policy makers and others interested in legal developments in Africa.
To register, please use the following link: http://www.ibanet.org/Article/Detail.aspx?ArticleUid=9b756ecd-6a20-4dd8-86aa-4c259ae18eb2
A full programme can be downloaded below.
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