LAWASIA - Law Association for Asia and the Pacific
Association juridique de l'Asie et du Pacifique
1966-08-13 Canberra ACT Australia
13 Aug 1966, Canberra (Australia). Previously known as Law Association for Asia and the Western Pacific.
Promote administration of justice, protection of human rights and maintenance of the rule of law; advance legal education; diffuse knowledge of laws of member countries; promote development of law and uniformity where appropriate; further international understanding and goodwill; foster relations and intercourse between lawyers; uphold and advance status of the legal profession in the region.
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