ICLR 2019: Changing Societies, Changing Professions, Changing Regulation
Thursday 5 – Friday 6 September 2019
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian
This year the ICLR Annual Conference was hosted by the Law Society of Scotland at the Waldorf Astoria in Edinburgh, Scotland over September 5 and 6.
2019 Conference Programme
Download the Conference Programme PDF.
Download the Delegate Handbook PDF.
Please also note that this year all sessions have been filmed and made available to all attendees post-event. This will enable all attendees to revisit any sessions they attended, and to also watch retrospectively any sessions missed. Law Society of Scotland hope this will provide significant added value for those travelling to attend, and ensure that all participants can enjoy the event safe in the knowledge that you won’t have to rely solely on memories and note-taking to capture as much of the content as possible.
Any available hand-outs or presentations will be posted in the Regulator Resources section of this site, post-conference.
As announced at the end of last year, the 7th annual ICLR conference is taking place in The Hague between 3 – 5 October, 2018. The Netherlands Bar, has begun the process of organising the conference and is looking forward to sharing the experience of its recently revised structure of regulation of the legal profession as well as learning about developments in other jurisdictions.
The organisers hope that the ICLR community will share ideas and provide input for the conference agenda in order to develop an interesting and interactive programme for this year’s conference. ICLR.net members can suggest topics and themes by posting ideas in the ICLR 2018 Programme group in the ICLR.net regulator community or by emailing the organisers directly at: ICLR2018@advocatenorde.nl
Full registration information will follow shortly. An event website for this year’s conference is currently being prepared by the Netherlands Bar. If you attended last year’s conference in Singapore you will automatically receive an invitation to register via e-mail in February. If not, and you would like to express an interest in registration, please contact: ICLR2018@advocatenorde.nl
Once the registration site is live, links to it will also be available on the ICLR website.
Congratulations to the Netherlands Bar Association. Their invitation to the Hague won the most votes in our recent survey which means that they will be welcoming ICLR delegates to the Hague in 2018 for the 7th International Conference of Legal Regulators. The proposed dates for ICLR 2018 are 3, 4 and 5 October 2018. This is the week before the IBA Annual Conference, which takes place on 7-12 October 2018 in Rome, Italy. We would like to thank the other jurisdictions for submitting excellent bids and we hope that they will consider hosting a future conference.
Upon hearing the news of their success, Bart van Tongeren, President of The Netherlands Bar said:
“The Netherlands Bar is honored that the ICLR community has chosen The Hague as the next ICLR Conference. We kindly invite all ICLR members and other interested organizations and individuals to come to The Hague for the 7th annual ICLR conference on 3-5 October 2018. We would appreciate to share our experiences with our recently revised structure of regulation of the legal profession and learn from other jurisdictions. We are looking forward to hosting the 2018 ICLR and would like to work closely with the ICLR community to develop an interesting and interactive program. More news will follow early next year.”
In conjunction with the Netherlands Bar, we will follow up with details of how ICLR members can help shape the conference content and agenda in early 2018.
We had an excellent response rate with almost half of all ICLR members and attendees of previous conferences submitting their views – thank you for taking the time to complete the questionnaire. Whilst the votes were pretty evenly spread, the Hague was a clear winner and October was the most popular month in which to hold the conference, so we hope that ICLR members and delegates are pleased with the outcome.