International Legal Ethics Conference (ILEC)
The Stein Center for Law and Ethics was honored to host the 2016 International Legal Ethics Conference VII, The Ethics and Regulation of Lawyers Worldwide: Comparative and Interdisciplinary Perspectives. In convening more than 400 participants from 60 countries worldwide at Fordham Law School to discuss and study ethics in the practice of law, the Center fulfilled a vision of its founder, Louis Stein ’26.
Papers and slides from ILEC VII are available here.
The Global Face of the Ethical Lawyer explores the important work of nine conference participants: Ernest Ojukwu (Nigeria); Ahmed Al-Hawamdeh (Jordan); Olga Churakova (Kyrgyz Republic); Suphamat “Bee” Phonphra and Nattakan “Ann” Chomputhong (Thailand); Zoha Savadkouhifar (Iran & Pakistan); Martin Bohmer (Argentina); Xiaobing Liu (China); and Russell Pearce (US). (published Fall 2016 in Fordham Lawyer Magazine)
Fordham Law News published an article about ILEC VII available at