World Justice Forum
World Justice Forum V
The World Justice Forum V has been rescheduled for summer 2016, in collaboration with The Dickson Poon School of Law at King’s College London.
During the Forum, over 500 leaders from business, civil society, government, academia, the media, and more will gather to explore and share strategies for advancing the rule of law worldwide. Participants from more than 100 countries are expected to incubate new programs, exchange insights, collaborate on innovative rule of law scholarship and activities, and expand their global networks. Check this page for updates about registration. Email questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the World Justice Forum
The World Justice Forum® is the largest international event hosted by the World Justice Project. It is a global gathering at which prominent leaders from all parts of the world and a variety of disciplines come together to articulate how the rule of law affects their disciplines and regions and to develop collaborative actions to strengthen the rule of law.
Unlike most conferences, the Forum calls on participants to develop and commit to specific follow-up activities. The Forum provides a platform through which leaders from various fields of endeavor collaborate in breakout sessions organized both by discipline and geographic regions to develop programs with accompanying action plans to strengthen the rule of law in communities, countries and regions around the world.