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IBA Annual Conference Miami 2022

The International Bar Association (IBA) Annual Conference is the leading conference for legal professionals worldwide to meet, share knowledge, build contacts and develop business.

Miami, USA

It serves to advance the development of international law and its role in business and society to provide members with world-class professional development opportunities to enable them to deliver outstanding legal services.

The IBA Annual Conference is open to both members and non-members of the IBA, with lawyers from over 130 jurisdictions and all parts of the legal profession attending, including lawyers in private practice, in-house counsel, human rights advocates, judges, bar leaders, regulators and government representatives. This unique mix of perspectives provides a rich environment for discussion, debate and learning as well as the opportunity to develop lasting business relationships and lifelong friendships.

The conference will feature more than 200 sessions. These vary widely, from core substantive committee sessions which cover most sectors and practice areas, to more specialised topics, providing an opportunity to focus on your own areas of interest.

Committee sessions include topics on the challenges of law firm management and international relationships; ethics; the future of the legal profession and the rule of law and human rights. Witness influential speakers discuss the ever-changing role of the legal profession in our society through a series of Showcase sessions.

Miami Beach Convention Center, 30 October 2022 – 4 November 2022

Litigating International Law: Sir Christopher Greenwood

Sir Christopher Greenwood GBC CMG QC spoke about “Litigating International Law” on Tuesday 23 October 2018 at the Faculty of Law, as a guest on the regular CULS speaker programme. Sir Christopher was a judge at the International Court of Justice from 2008 to 2018. He spent nearly twenty years as a Fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and lecturer in the Cambridge Law Faculty, and subsequently as Professor of International Law at the London School of Economics. This event was kindly sponsored by Clifford Chance. For more information see the CULS website at http://www.camlawsoc.com/