The Law and Development Institute, in conjunction with Ewha Womans University School of Law, hosted its third annual conference in Seoul, Korea. Presentations were made on the issues of developmental state, law and economic development in Korea, development of legislative theory and practice in Korea and Taiwan, development issues in WTO negotiations, development of laws to support regional economy and consumer interests.
The Law and Development Institute, in conjunction with Seattle University School of Law, held its second annual conference in Seattle, USA. Seventeen leading speakers from seven countries, including U.S.A., Canada, Japan, Australia, Thailand, United Kingdom, and India, presented key issues on international trade, investment and finance, and least-developed countries from the perspective of law and development.
The Law and Development Institute hosted the Inaugural Conference in Sydney. The Conference featured high profile presentations by twelve leading scholars and professionals from several countries, including United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Israel. Over one hundred scholars, lawyers, diplomats, government officials, and business leaders attended the conference, and the Chief Justice of New South Wales gave a conglatulatory speech at the conference.