São Paulo, Brazil | 19 - 21 May 2019
A conference presented by the IBA Insolvency Section and supported by the IBA Latin American Regional Forum
Cartagena, Colombia | 14 May 2019
A conference co-organised by the IBA Antitrust Section and the International Chamber of Commerce
Early registration fee deadline: Friday 5 July
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Horacio Bernardes Neto, IBA President
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Copenhagen, Denmark | 20-21 May 2019
New York, USA | 19-21 May 2019
A conference presented by the IBA Investment Funds Committee
Has the Special Tribunal for Lebanon established a ‘foothold of justice’ in a country all too used to impunity?
As Huawei faces scrutiny over market dominance, Global Insight examines the struggle between the US and China for control of global technology
Global Insight examines the dangers of mandatory arbitration to employment rights
Assessing the strong ties that bind the US and Saudi Arabia despite significant challenges
Are concerns around providing passports and visas in return for investment justified or misplaced?
| 10 April 2019
UK, GRENFELL TOWER
| 28 March 2019
UK, NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS
| 26 March 2019
| 25 March 2019
UK, DOMESTIC ABUSE
President Trump's controversial asylum ban and his relentless push to build a wall at the US-Mexico border, assessed by leading experts.
The profound challenges posed by the UK's withdrawal from the EU, assessed by Ken Clarke, Vanessa Sciarra, Mary Robinson and Romano Prodi.
International Criminal Court Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda discusses recent developments and challenges for the ICC
The Smart Cities initiative aims to drive urban development and stimulate economic growth across India, using technology and data. But it has come in for criticism.
Responsibilities of Congress in Maintaining the Rule of Law
A resource exploring applications of tech to arbitration
Pro bono, human rights and young lawyer awards now open
Disability report featured at UN-linked event
The International Bar Association’s Human Rights Institute works with the global legal community to promote and protect human rights and the independence of the legal profession.
IBAHRI joined with 33 organisations in a statement released today to call on the Turkish government to uphold the rule of law and bring an end to the persecution of lawyers
IBAHRI condemns the implementation of the Syariah Penal Code in Brunei – due to come into effect on 3 April 2019
The IBAHRI opposes the death penalty in all its forms. In 2008, the IBAHRI Council passed a Resolution on the abolition of the death penalty
IBAHRI expresses deep concern over the sentencing of human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh to 33 years’ imprisonment.
The International Bar Association’s Legal Policy & Research Unit undertakes research, develops, and implements innovative strategies and initiatives that are relevant to current contemporary global issues.
The bullying and harassment survey has now closed. Please check back for details on launch of results and ultimate report
Cybersecurity guidelines for law firms of all sizes available here.
Following the launch at The Guardian, ‘Whistleblower Protections: A Guide’ and video of launch discussion are available here
Practical guides and online training tools for corporate lawyers.