International Association of Law Schools (IALS)
2005-10 Washington DC USA
Oct 2005, Washington DC (USA).
Foster mutual understanding of, and respect for, the world's varied and changing legal systems and cultures as a contribution to justice and a peaceful world; enhance and strengthen the role of law in development of societies through legal education; serve as an open and independent forum for discussion of diverse ideas about legal education; contribute to development and improvement of law schools and conditions of legal education throughout the world; contribute to better preparation of lawyers as they increasingly engage in transnational or global legal practice and when they pursue careers other than private practice, including governmental, non-governmental, academic and corporate careers; share experience and practices regarding legal education.
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