Monday, January 21, 2008
Posted by Alan Childress
Here is news about a conference on legal ethics, including international issues, in Queensland, Australia this summer (well, winter).
The Third International Legal Ethics Conference will be held on Australia's beautiful Gold Coast on 13-16 July 2008. ... The conference will be designed to cater for both scholars and legal practitioners, with a designated "practitioners’ day" which will include papers, presentations and discussions of particular relevance to practising lawyers.
The conference themes embrace international perspectives, and will provide delegates from Australia and abroad with opportunities to hear and share ideas and arguments that have implications for "lawyering" across jurisdictions.
It is hosted by the TC Beirne School of Law (University of Queensland) and Griffith Law School (Griffith University). Sounds like a great idea for U.S. scholars and lawyers, too. And for the colorful conference brochure: Download legal-ethics-conference-brochure.pdf