ASEAN Law Association (ALA)
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1979-02-10 Jakarta Indonesia
10 Feb 1979, Jakarta (Indonesia), at a conference of ASEAN lawyers. Constitution adopted at 1st General Assembly, Nov 1980, Manila (Philippines).
Promote closer relations, cooperation and mutual understanding among lawyers in ASEAN countries; provide an organizational framework for regional cooperations; provide organizational facilities for ASEAN cooperation in conflict avoidance, in the arbitration of legal disputes and in transnational contacts within the ASEAN region; cooperate with similar organizations.
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General Assembly (every 3 years). Governing Council, consisting of 5 representatives from each member country. Standing Committees (7): Judicial Cooperation; International Law; Legal Profession; Business Law; Legal Education; Legal Information; Alternative Dispute Resolution.
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