• The President of the International Bar Association
    The Chair of the Legal Practice Division
    The Chair of the Public and Professional Interest Division
    The Chair of the Bar Issues Commission
    The Chair of the International Bar Association's Human Rights Institute
  • IBA Annual Conference Dublin 2012
  • Welcome to the International Bar Association's Annual Conference Dublin 2012
    The International Bar Association’s Annual Conference is the premier opportunity for legal professionals the world over to meet, share experience, develop business and learn from one another.
  • Networking and business development
    Last year’s event was attended by more than 5,000 delegates and guests from over 3,000 organisations, businesses, law firms and legal service providers representing over 100 different international jurisdictions.
  • 1910 - 2012
  • Open to both members and non-members of the IBA, this year’ s event will feature – as always – a wide array of substantive sessions, workshops and panels, addressing issues ranging from arbitration to M&A law, from human rights to the ethics of the legal profession.
  • An interview with Juan E Méndez,

    UN Special Rapporteur on Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

  • An interview with Patricia O’Brien,

    Under-Secretary- General for Legal Affairs and the Legal Counsel at the United Nations

  • An interview with Patricia O’Brien,

    Under-Secretary- General for Legal Affairs and the Legal Counsel at the United Nations

 
IMPORTANT INFORMATION

PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. ALL REGISTRATIONS TICKET PURCHASES OR AMENDMENTS  CAN NOW ONLY BE MADE AT THE CONFERENCE VENUE


The Fundamentals of International Legal Business Practice - Young Lawyers Programme


Conference Papers / Speaker Materials

What will Dublin 2012 offer?
  • The largest gathering of the international legal community in the world – a meeting place of more than 4,000 lawyers and legal professionals from around the world
  • More than 180 working sessions covering all areas of practice relevant to international legal practitioners
  • The opportunity to generate new business with the leading firms in the world’s key cities
  • Registration fee which entitles you to attend as many working sessions throughout the week as you wish
  • Up to 25 hours of continuing legal education and continuing professional development
  • A variety of social functions providing ample opportunity to network and see the city’s key sights
  • Integrated guest programme
  • Excursion and tours programme
SHOWCASE SESSIONS

Legal Practice Division Showcase session:
The Euro area crisis - thinking the unthinkable 

Public and Professional Interest Division Showcase session:
Lawyers against poverty

Human Rights Institute Showcase session:
Peace after terror: rules or reconciliation?

Bar Issues Commission Showcase session:
Public perception of lawyers

DUBLIN
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