9th September 2007
In September 2007 the Law Society of Kenya and the Commonwealth Lawyers Association warmly invites you to attend their first ever conference in Nairobi and only the second ever to be held in Africa in the history of Commonwealth law conferencing.
Over 2,000 lawyers representing all 53 Commonwealth countries are expected to attend this prestigious event.
Why should you attend?
Commonwealth Law 2007 is the premier legal event which offers you:
The opportunity to network with your peers. You will be able to meet delegates from all fields of practice in the Commonwealth at this event.
Five workshop streams. There will be over 60 working sessions, covering:
- Constitutionalism, Human Rights, Governance and the Rule of Law
- Corporate and Commercial Law
- The Legal Profession
- Law in a Globalised Economy
- Contemporary Legal Issues
The conference will present delegates with an opportunity to interact with other practitioners from all fields of practice in the Commonwealth.
A full social programme that includes a welcome reception, cocktails, gala dinners, home hosting dinners, African Night entertainment as well as an Accompanying Guest Programme.
Kenya - Adding cultural value to the conference
Kenya is famous for its warm hospitality and offers much more than just a wonderful destination for the conference in 2007. Kenya offers superb wildlife viewing, majestic scenery and 600 kilometres of white sandy beaches
The cultural diversity of Kenya's population is unparalleled and will be showcased to delegates. All this combined will offer an unforgettable experience for the delegates.
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