There will be a mix of plenary sessions and panels. Topics will include:
- Is consumer protection law still needed in 2006?
- Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Freedoms and Fundamental Consumer Rights
- Neo-Liberalism, Regulatory Capitalism and the Future of Consumer Policy
- Crime, Punishment and Consumer Protection
- The Future of Consumer Law in the United States-As the Civil Justice System Goes, so Goes Consumer law
- The Need for Uniform Conflict of Laws Rules for Electronic Consumer Contracts
- Consumers and Services of General Interest
- Post-supply consumer guarantees: theory and practice - a New Zealand perspective
- Credit Reporting and Credit Scoring
- The future of consumer law - the perspective from a small island state
- Behaviourism, Credit Cards and Bankruptcy
- 'Long Live' Consumer Law: Developing Countries' Perspective In The New Millennium
- From "goods and services" to "financial services"
5 CPD hours may be claimed by both solicitors and barristers through attendance at this event.
This event is kindly sponsored by