Somerset HouseWe are pleased to announce that WJP's World Justice Forum V will be held in London, 6-9 July 2015, in collaboration with 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. Registration will open in November 2014 at the WJP website.

To learn more about the event and stay current with developments as they become available, please visit our World Justice Forum web page.

Questions or comments? Contact us directly at: forum@worldjusticeproject.org
 

WJP Staff
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