2015 Global Law Deans’ Forum
A Study of Global Evaluative Processes for Legal Education and Scholarship
25-27 October 2015
Instituto Empresa Law School
Thank you to those who took time from their busy schedule to join us with our colleagues around the world for the 2nd Global Law Deans’ Forum in Madrid. We thoroughly enjoyed the intellectual exchange that took place between Deans and Vice Deans from all geographic regions.
A very special thank you to Dean Javier de Cendra and the faculty and staff at IE University Law School. We truly appreciate the warmth and hospitality in making all of us feel relaxed and comfortable to engage in thoughtful contemplation of the A Study of Global Evaluative Processes for Legal Education and Scholarship
We are very pleased that our workshop has been able to finalize the Madrid Protocol on the Principles of Evaluation of a Legal Education. It is only through such cooperative efforts that we are able to define principles, goals and strategies for a global legal education informed by the mission and experiences of all our members.
The meeting will begin on the evening of Sunday 25th of October with a Welcome Dinner and end on the afternoon of Tuesday 27th of October. If you will be attending the Annual Meeting arrangements will be made to transport you from Madrid to Segovia.
There is no registration fee for current IALS member schools. For non-members the registration fee is US$350. Registration fee includes all meals during the meeting. Non-members can credit the Registration Fee in full towards their 2016 IALS Membership. Cancellation Policy: full refund available prior to 15th August 2015.
The International Association of Law Schools (IALS) and IE University, Law School are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2nd Global Law Deans’ Forum, which will take place in Madrid, Spain on 25th – 27th of October 2015.
The Forum will focus on the following theme A Study of Global Evaluative Processes for Legal Education and Scholarship.
The 2nd Global Law Deans’ Forum is open to Deans (active and emeritus) of IALS member law schools as well as non-member law schools. Space is limited, however, and we will only be able to accommodate a limited number of schools. Please register early.
We would also extend a further invitation to a judge of your choosing from your jurisdiction to take part in the workshop. Please let us know if you intend to invite a jurist, so we can coordinate and make the proper arrangements.
Hotel & Travel
IE Law School have negotiated discounted rates at Hotel NH Collection Madrid Abascal. You must register for the Global Law Deans’ Forum before you can reserve your hotel room within our block of discounted rooms. Hotel reservations must be made by each attendee. Once registration is confirmed we will provide you with a special rate code to make your own reservations. The hotel and Campus are within a 10 minute walk. The attendee is responsible for all travel-transportation to Madrid, Spain. Meals will be provided.
In addition, there is funding available for participants from developing countries that are members. In the event that a participant or his/her institution is unable to provide the full amount for transportation and/or accommodations, funding is available to partner with the participant or his/her institution to share part of that expense. Attendees can apply for subsidy by completing the Subsidy Request Form. Preference for such stipends are first afforded to members of IALS, prior requests and determined on the basis of maintaining diversity of participation at the meeting.