When Thursday, 19 September 2019 08:00 – 10:30 BST Where Reed Smith LLP Broadgate Tower 20 Primrose St London EC2A 2RS Speakers Simone Goligorski, Senior Associate, Reed Smith LLP What you will learn During the training, we will cover: the major offences under the Act the penalties that may be imposed for breach of the [...]
When Thursday, 26 September 2019 09:30 – 14:00 BST Where Mayer Brown 201 Bishopsgate Spitalfields, London EC2M 3AF Spitalfields London EC2M 3AF Speakers Jason Hungerford, Partner, Mayer Brown Paul Whitfield-Jones, Associate, Mayer Brown James Ford, Associate, Mayer Brown What you will learn The training will cover: an overview of EU, UK and US sanctions a [...]
Based on the assumption that trade is an engine for economic growth and development, SDG 17 calls for a deeper integration of developing countries into global trade. But is the multilateral trading system really favourable to developing countries? And how can the law and lawyers help developing countries defend their interests to ensure that increased trade benefits all fairly?
When lawyers and judges deliver legal training internationally, the outcome of these assignments does not only derive from the legal and technical expertise provided. Success and impact are also a result of the ability of legal experts to understand their audience and adapt to the different legal, cultural and social environments that surround them. International legal experts should focus on the development of soft skills such as adaptability and communication to provide more effective training.
Whilst such skills may seem obvious, putting them into practice is challenging. This article draws on interviews with UK judges who deliver international legal training; but the lessons learned can apply to all legal experts undertaking international pro bono technical assistance. We intend this short article to prompt readers to consider how they can develop their soft skills and adapt to local contexts, and thereby improve their international legal technical assistance.
A4ID is pleased to announce a partial scholarship for self-funded applicants.
Contact usRegistration for the whole programme and individual modules is now open! A4ID’s flagship annual law and development training programme provides lawyers and development professionals with an in-depth understanding of the latest issues at the nexus of law and sustainable development, and how these relate to their everyday work. Our new 2020 programme covers topics [...]
As part of our Trade, Debt and Finance Group series of 2018, Advocates for International Development is delighted to invite you to the following panel discussion:
A4ID’s Module 2 of the Law and Development Training Programme, on Finance and Development, is open for bookings.
When Tuesday, 24 April 2018 from 8.30 – 14.30 (BST) in London and 10:00 – 15:30 (CEST) in Brussels, Paris and Frankfurt. Where London: Mayer Brown International LLP, 201 Bishopgate, London, EC2M 3AF Brussels: Mayer Brown International LLP, Avenue des Arts 52, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium Frankfurt: Mayer Brown International LLP, Friedich-Ebert-Anlage 98, 60327, Frankfurt am Main, Germany Paris: Mayer Brown International LLP, [...]
Yasmin Batliwala was invited to speak at the UN Global Forum on Business and Human Rights at the Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland this year.