International Legal Ethics Conference VII: The Ethics & Regulation of Today’s Global Legal CommunityJuly 14–16, 2016
Fordham Law School
In Fordham Law School's new building, steps from Central Park
Every two years, the International Association of Legal Ethics (IAOLE) brings together several hundred scholars and lawyers from around the world. The next conference, International Legal Ethics Conference VII, will be held in the United States on July 14-16, 2016. It will be hosted by Fordham Law School, which is in the heart of New York City -- steps from Lincoln Center, Central Park and many restaurants, and easily accessible to theatres, museums and national attractions.
We expect approximately 300 participants, who will present papers, speak on panels, and engage in informal discussions concerning the legal profession and legal ethics. Participants will be invited to organize panel discussions and present papers addressing both the legal profession in their own regions and cross-cutting and comparative questions.
In the tradition of past ILECs, we want to ensure that the 2016 conference is stimulating, innovative, and enjoyable—a welcome opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with colleagues from around the globe.
Before formal planning commences, we want to hear your ideas about how to make the 2016 conference as rewarding as possible.
Email us with your suggestions.
CO-SPONSORS (list in formation):
International Association of Legal Ethics * American Bar Association's Center for Professional Responsibility * Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers * Maurice Deane School of Law at Hofstra * NYU Law School * Pace Law School * Cornell Law School * New York Law School * Touro Law Center * University of Connecticut School of Law * Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
ILEC VII THEMES
We expect most programs to fall within one of the following broad themes:
●Culture, Technology, Ethics and Society
ILEC VI (2014) PROGRAM
Find out more about the topics discussed at ILEC VI (July 2014 in London) by looking at a copy of the 2014 Program here.
SEPTEMBER 2014 LETTER TO ILEC COLLEAGUES
Dear ILEC colleagues,
2. Can you help us identify topics for programs that you would be interested in attending, participating in, or organizing? We are particularly interested in seeking topics that will be of interest to lawyers and law teachers from various different legal cultures, including both common law and civil law traditions, and from different parts of the world.
3. Do you have any requests or suggestions to help make the next ILEC meet your expectations?
Bruce Green, Director
Sherri Levine, Associate Director