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The Directory: Law Associations: International
International professional organization dedicated to fighting fraud and white-collar crime.
Seeks to help member countries through training programmes, technical conferences and knowledge sharing to develop effective tax administrations that promote sustainable development and good governance over the long-term.
Promoting and Maintaining the rule of law throughout the Commonwealth.
International organisation for compliance professionals and senior managers in the financial services industry.
Not-for-profit organisation established to inform and educate lawyers about the unique legal issues arising from the evolution, production, marketing, acquisition and use of information and communications technology.
Representative organisation of around 1 million European lawyers through its member bars and law societies in 31 full member countries, and 11 further associate and observer countries.
Exists to represent the views and interests of the practicing members of the criminal bar in England and Wales.
Organisation of lawyers located throughout the European Union, Canada and the United States wishing to enhance their ability to give advice to clients involved in cross-border commercial communications. It was one of the first of the so called European Economic Interest Groupings to be formed. EALA members assist local, multinational and global advertisers in producing, publishing and distributing advertising that adheres to differing international legal standards.
Brings together EU professionals practising in the field of trade marks and industrial designs.
ECLA is the European confederation of national associations of in-house counsel representing nearly 20,000 practitioners in 14 European member States. The Law Societies of England & Wales, Ireland and Scotland are members of ECLA.
A membership body of around 30 000 students and recent graduates who are interested in law and have demonstrated commitment to international issues.
Organisation established to encourage links between, and to promote the interests and welfare of, young lawyers throughout geographical Europe.
Consists of representatives from gaming regulatory organisations throughout Europe. Includes links to gaming regulatory authorities across Europe.
Formerly known as the European Insolvency Practitioners Association INSOL Europe is a group of professionals who specialise in business rehabilitation, reconstruction and recovery as well as traditional insolvency procedures.
International Association of Insolvency Professionals - a world-wide federation of national associations for accountants and lawyers who specialise in turnaround and insolvency.
Non-for-profit, global organisation dedicated to achieving a better understanding of the relationship between banking law and banking practice, and the impact each has on the other.
International association of business and commercial lawyers who live in, or otherwise have a strong interest in, the Asia-Pacific Region.
Fosters new ways of resolving disputes respectfully and outside the regulation of the court system. Focuses primarily on divorce, the division of financial assets and issues of child custody.
Exists to facilitate the sharing of legal knowledge internationally, focussing on the analysis of the substantive requirements and tax consequenquences of transfering wealth.
Furthers an multidisciplinary and cross-national approach towards issues arising from the interactions between law and mental health.
Peer group selected organisation of matrimonial lawyers having international aspects to their practice.
Global association for the protection of intellectual property.
An international network of select, business-oriented law firms. Founded to enable clients to obtain global legal services from ACL's individual Members.
Aims to develop a network of constitutionalists from countries throughout the world; to provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge and information and the development of understanding of constitutional systems; to examine and compare common constitutional issues and phenomena; to anticipate new issues and identify approaches which might be taken to them; and to offer a pool from which teams might be constructed to examine and provide advice on particular issues.
Nevada-based nonprofit professional corporation dedicated to the development of gaming law and the education of its members.
Organisation of gaming regulators from around the world who communicate on a continuing basis about matters of a common interest.
International organization of government insolvency regulators, including government departments, agencies and public authorities with jurisdiction for insolvency policy, practice and/or regulation.
Worldwide, non-profit organisation of librarians, libraries, and other persons and institutions concerned with the acquisition, dissemination and use of legal information from sources outside their own jurisdictions.
International scientific organisation concerned with the development of the Science, the research and the teaching of Sports Law and the institution of the Olympic Games.