Professor Terry Speaks at IILACE Conference
On September 12, 2015, Professor Laurel Terry spoke at the Annual Conference of the International Institute of Law Association Chief Executives (IILACE) on the topic of "International Mobility in Global Legal Markets." Professor Terry’s IILACE presentation slides are available online.
IILACE provides a forum for bar association Chief Executives to exchange views and information on topics of common interest. The 2015 IILACE Conference attendees included approximately 60 chief executives from both regulatory and representational bars in North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. Professor Terry’s session on International Mobility was chaired by Jack L. Rives, who is the Executive Director of the American Bar Association. He introduced Professor Terry and offered concluding observations following her presentation and a lively discussion by the audience.
Laurel Terry is the Harvey A. Feldman Distinguished Faculty Scholar and Professor of Law at Penn State’s Dickinson Law. She is a three-time Fulbright grant recipient and a prolific scholar who writes and teaches about globalization and the legal profession. During 2015, she has spoken at meetings of the International Conference of Legal Regulators, the National Conference of Bar Presidents, the National Conference of Bar Examiners, the National Organization of Bar Counsel, and at the 2nd Annual Canadian Legal Ethics Forum. The presentation slides from her talks are available on her presentations personal webpage.
Photo credit: Liz Simcox — Executive Director of the Dauphin County Bar