“To mark 800 years since Magna Carta, I am pleased that London will welcome global leaders in both business and the law to discuss the issues that are shaping the agenda legally, commercially and socially over the next generation. I am delighted to support the Global Law Summit – it is yet more evidence that Britain continues to lead the way in promoting free enterprise, economic growth, and the rule of law around the world.”
The Rt Hon David Cameron MP, Prime Minister.
The Global Law Summit, launched by Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor, the Rt. Hon. Chris Grayling MP, is a unique one-off high level business forum supported by the legal profession, business and government. Unlike other legal conferences, the Global Law Summit will bring together a mix of practitioners, business leaders, public sector decision makers and government officials from around the world to discuss, debate, and develop relationships across markets and jurisdictions.
The Global Law Summit is being held in February 2015 to mark 800 years since the sealing of Magna Carta. It is a unique opportunity to commemorate, celebrate and embrace 800 years of legal history which have inspired lawyers and non-lawyers alike for generations.
The three-day conference programme is being led by world class speakers, experts and decision makers, and is unique in grounding the legacy and values of Magna Carta in a firmly 21st Century context.
Join 2,000 delegates from law firms, governments, and business, as well as in-house General Counsel and legal academics from around the world to:
• Celebrate judicial traditions and the fundamental importance of impartiality, integrity and fairness
• Champion the Rule of Law as the cornerstone of a fair and just society
• Offer a platform for thought-leadership and cutting-edge debate, and
• Facilitate business networks and access to key industry decision makers
Using London as the backdrop for the event, with its unrivalled history and status as the global centre of excellence, this is the event for 2015 for business and the legal profession.