Commonwealth Law Ministers' Meeting (CLMM)
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1965, by Commonwealth Heads of Government through Commonwealth Committee on Legal Cooperation, whose work is now continued by the Legal and Constitutional Affairs Division of C-XC0376 - Commonwealth Secretariat.
Promote the dissemination and accessibility of legal information across the Commonwealth; bolster the justice sector of Commonwealth countries; review intra-Commonwealth arrangements in the legal field; organize regular ministerial meetings to guide the work of Legal and Constitutional Affairs Division of the Secretariat; share comparative experience; promote human rights; cooperate in combating international commercial crime and drug trafficking.
A conference series; not an organization. Meeting organized by ComSec - Legal and Constitutional Affairs Division.
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