Conferences, Forums and Meetings
From the beginning we concentrated on hosting conferences. At these conferences we realized that the needs of our membership are as diverse as the members themselves – some from the best endowed and most sophisticated teaching institutions of the developed world to some small institutions from very challenged developing countries. We have since our inception committed ourselves to building a bridge and acknowledging the benefits of interaction between these developed and developing institutions. Many of our developed country members have active “internationalization” programs, staffed by talented faculties which have at their disposal a vast array of resources. Although, some of our members though from developing countries are state sponsored institutions which have access to more resources than some institutions from developed jurisdictions. Together, legal educators and systems from both developed and developing countries can mutually benefit each other for legal and professional advancement on a local and global level.