The Fourth International Conference on Legislation and Law Reform will bring together legislative and legal professionals from around the world for a two day conference featuring leading authorities on Legislation and Law Reform. Attendees will have the opportunity to share ideas with a diverse array of legislative drafting and legal professionals. The World Bank's Washington DC conference facilities provide a perfect setting for the conference's lectures and social events. Don't miss this one of a kind event!
The 2016 conference is being held in conjunction with the 12th Biannual Conference of the International Association of Legislation. This partnership greatly expands the sessions and topics that attendees can choose from.
11 to 14 hours of CLE credit are expected to be approved from multiple jurisdictions. Previous conferences were approved for CLE credit in CA, AK, AZ, IN, MS, MT, ND, NM, NJ, NV, NY, OK, PA, SC, VA and VT. Other states may be approved for 2016, and other jurisdictions may accept reciprocal credit.
The Conference will be on Thursday, November 17, and Friday, November 18, 2016. Catered lunch and an evening reception at the World Bank are included with your registration. Please see the conference agenda page for complete schedule information.
The Conference will be held at the World Bank's state of the art conference center in the heart of Washington D.C.'s Foggy Bottom neighborhood, just blocks from the restaurants and nightlife of Dupont Circle, the White House, the National Mall, and multiple transportation options. Please see our about page for detailed information.
Sean J. Kealy, Boston University
Professor Sean J. Kealy teaches legislation and how the political system addresses various policy issues, federal and state constitutional law, and criminal law and procedure. He is is also the director of the Boston University School of Law Government Lawyering program in Washington D.C.
Louis S. Rulli, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Louis Rulli possesses expertise in public interest law, legislation, litigation, and clinical legal education, and has written and lectured extensively on access to justice for the poor. In 2006, he received the university-wide Provost’s Award for Distinguished Teaching.
Marilyn Marchello Bautista, Stanford Law School
Marilyn Bautista teaches a novel course at Stanford Law School to train students to draft and analyze federal legislation. Her courses are notable for her interactive teaching style and real world application.