December 10, 2011
2011 Law and Development Institute Conference
Location: Le Roux Room, Student Center Room 160
The Law and Development Institute (LDI), established in Sydney, Australia, promotes law and development agendas, conducts relevant academic research, and provides forums for academic exchanges in law and development. Twenty-eight leading scholars and professionals from several countries are currently participating in the LDI. The LDI held the inaugural conference in Sydney on October 16, 2010 (www.ldiconference.net), which was promoted globally and attended by over one hundred scholars, lawyers, students, and government officials from several countries.
The LDI, in conjunction with Seattle University School of Law, holds its second conference in law and development on December 10, 2011, hosted by Seattle University School of Law, in the Seattle University Student Center Room 160, the LeRoux Room. Eighteen leading speakers from nine countries, including U.S.A., Canada, Japan, Korea, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, United Kingdom, and India, are scheduled to present key issues on international trade, investment and finance, and least-developed countries from the perspective of law and development. The speakers’ biographical information and presentation summaries are available on the Seattle University School of Law website. On-line registration is required for conference attendance - click here to register.
For more information about the Law and Development Institute, please visit the website at www.lawanddevelopment.net. For additional information about the conference, please contact Junsen A. Ohno, International Programs Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.398.4283. Questions regarding the Law and Development Institute should be directed to Professor Steve Lee at email@example.com.