UCLA Program on Legal Ethics and the Profession

International Legal Ethics Conference 2020

Lawyers in Divided Times

July 23-25, 2020, at the Luskin Conference Center on the UCLA campus.

Registration

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Early bird registration ends February 28, 2020.

Fees

Registration fees include: entry to the sessions, refreshments and a copy of the conference proceedings. Please note that accommodation is not included. Tickets for the conference dinner are available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Early Bird Registration: $350 - Deadline: February 28, 2020
Regular Registration: $400 - Deadline: April 15, 2020

Conditions of registration

Registration will only be possible via the online form. Attendance at the event will be confirmed on receipt of the full balance, either by online card payment or by third party payment. All participants are advised to bring a copy of their confirmation with them on the day, to ensure the fastest possible entry.

Special requirements

Please inform us of any special requirements i.e. dietary or access, on the relevant section of the form.

Visa invitation letters

Invitation letters will only be provided once payment for delegate fees has been made. Please complete the visa invitation letter request from.

Should a visa not be granted a refund can be given in line with our refund policy.

Refund policy

By booking a place at this conference you agree to our refund policy.

Venue

This conference will be held at at the Luskin Conference Center on the UCLA campus.

Details will be sent to all registrants nearer the conference date.

Insurance

The organizers do not accept liability for any injuries or losses of any nature incurred by delegates and/or accompanying persons, nor for loss or damage to their luggage and/or personal belongings.

Accommodation

Accommodation is not included in the conference fee. Please visit Travel & Accommodations for a list of hotels in the area.

Fee Waiver and Travel Grant

The International Association of Legal Ethics (IAOLE) and the International Legal Ethics Conference (ILEC) seek to promote teaching, research, vocational training programs and policy initiatives concerning legal ethics. A limited number of registration waivers and travel grants will be awarded to allow some scholars and teachers who work in the field of legal ethics, and cannot otherwise afford the full cost of the ILEC Conference, to attend the 2020 conference. To be considered for such a waiver or grant, please email Scott Cummings with the following information:

  1. The name of the institution with which you are affiliated, your position there and brief description of your activities concerning legal ethics within last two years. Please also provide information about any other organizations through which you play a role in promoting legal ethics initiatives.
  2. Your anticipated conference role (i.e., presenter, moderator, attendee). If you will be part of a presentation or panel at the conference, please provide the title.
  3. A brief explanation of the financial circumstances that support your request. Please estimate how many percent of your average month net income represent the conference fee ($350 USD for early bird / $400 USD for regular registration).
  4. Whether you have attended in the past and, if so, the ILEC conferences that you attended.

In addition to the information provided by the applicant above, the waiver [and grant] process will take into account ILEC’s wish to broaden geographical representation of those attending the conference and the number of people from the same institution requesting a waiver.