The annual Global Legal Forum (GLF) taking place at the Hague from August 14 to 16, 2019, is inviting law students from Cornell Law School to register for GLF 2019.
The theme of GLF 2019 is “Solutions”, with three different tracks covering Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain in Law, Legal Technology, ADR and ODR in Law and Third track which is almost exclusively for law students where you will be able to learn more about the future of law, legal skills in a changing techno-legal world, legal design thinking, agile thinking and many more.
In case, if you have not heard of the Global Legal Forum (GLF), GLF was formed in 2017 and the first annual forum was hosted by Law Pundits at the Peace Palace on August 2018 along with the support of the City of the Hague. GLF 2019 will take place at World Forum in The Hague on August 14 to 16, 2019.
GLF 2019 will draw over a thousand influencers, changemakers, thought leaders from within the legal industry and beyond including lawyers, judges, policymakers, law ministry officials, in-house counsels, diplomats and legal academics from around the world join to find solutions to some of the pressing challenges facing the world and how law can help address it. It is the best platform for law students to learn, network and connect with lawyers, in-house counsels, professors and representatives from law firms from around the world.
You can find more details about the GLF 2019 at www.globallegalforum.com
For students the whole forum is at a highly discounted special law student rate. Discounted registrations for law students are at $150/GBP114 and closes on 15th April 2019.