|Opening remark by LDI Director Prof. Y.S. Lee|
|Welcome Speech by the Honourable J J Spigelman AC, Chief Justice of the New South Wales Supreme Court|
|Congratulatory remark by Ambassador of Republic of Korea, H.E. Prof. Woo Sang Kim|
|Panel presentation: Future of Law and Development Studies
Chair: Prof. Gary Horlick, Former Head of U.S. Department of Commerce Import Administration
|Prof. Jai Sheen Mah, Ewha Womans University
"Law and Development in Korea: A Success Story"
|Prof. Jiangyu Wang, National University of Singapore
"Law and Development in China: Present and Future"
|Dr. Salim Farrar, University of Sydney
"Law and Development in the Islam World: New Possibilities"
|Dr. Malcolm Cook, Lowy Institute for International Policy
"Strategic Dimensions of National Development: Case of East Asia"
|Panel presentation: International Trade Law and Developing Countries I
Chair: The Honourable J J Spigelman AC, Chief Justice of the New South Wales Supreme Court
|Prof. Gary Horlick, former Head of U.S. Department of Commerce Import Administration
"The Future of the World Trade Organization: From Development Perspectives"
|Prof. Y.S. Lee, The Law and Development Institute
"Theoretical Basis and Regulatory Framework for Microtrade: Combining Volunteerism with International Trade towards Poverty Elimination"
|Prof. Won-Mog Choi, Ewha Womans University
"WTO Rules and Agricultural Development Cooperation between Developed and Developing Countries"
|Prof. Colin Picker, University of New South Wales
"International Trade and Development Law: A Legal Cultural Critique"
|Panel presentation: International Trade Law and Developing Countries II
Chair: Dr. Salim Farrar, University of Sydney
|Prof. Mitsuo Matsushita, University of Tokyo and former WTO Appellate Body member
"Legal Issues of Free Trade Agreements in the WTO Context and Implications on Developing Countries"
|Prof. Maureen Irish, University of Windsor
"Special and Differential Treatment, Trade and Sustainable Development"
|Prof. Andrew Mitchell, University of Melbourne
"The Development Aspect of Trade & Health"
|Dr. Tomer Broude, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
"Settling International Development Disputes through Conciliation"