International Bar Association - Section on Legal Practice
1974, as International Bar Association - Section on General Practice, within the framework of B-XB1396 - International Bar Association (IBA). Listed name adopted 1999. Ceased to exist, 24 Oct 2005, Auckland, when sections were replaced by International Bar Association - Legal Practice Division (LPD) and E-XJ7043 - International Bar Association - Public and Professional Interest Division (PPID).
Promote exchange of views, experience and information amongst lawyers in general practice throughout the world on the widest range of subjects, practices and procedures.
Committees (23): Real Estate Law; Medicine and the Law; Indigenous Peoples and Development Law; Family Law; Individual Tax and Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Succession; Criminal Law; Administrative and Constitutional Law; Legal Education and Professional Development; Sports and Gaming Law; Practice Management and Technology; Discrimination and Gender Equality; Civil Litigation; Negligence and Damages; Migration and Nationality Law; Government Practice; Media Law; Access to Justice; Professional Conduct; Human Rights Law; Art and Cultural Property Law; Consumer Law; Closely Held and Growing Business Enterprises; Client Protection. Organizes seminars and regional conferences.
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