Date: 12th-16th April 2015
In the 800th anniversary year of the Magna Carta, a symbol of the Rule of Law across the Commonwealth, the 19th Commonwealth Law Conference will examine the role of the legal profession in delivering economic and social sustainability.
Robust economies depend on the existence of clear, modern and effective laws that govern societies, commerce and the management of resources. A strong, independent judiciary and legal profession are critical to impartially enforce those laws while ethical corporate behaviour and business practice can improve the lives of others in our local and global communities. This global conference will consider and debate the tension between corporate responsibility and legal risk management approaches; the public policy role of lawyers and the business case for corporate responsibility.
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