|Call for Speakers open||May28, 2019|
|Deadline for submitting names for consideration||June 15, 2019|
|Notification of acceptance||June 30, 2019|
|Deadline for speakers to submit bio and photo||July 15, 2019|
|Deadline for speakers to submit presentation files||July 31, 2019|
|Conference Dates||19 – 22 November 2019|
Please note all conference speakers are required to register and remit their registration fees in order to attend the conference. They must be able to cover their own accommodation and travel costs.
Oral presentations, in a panel format. Interactive session format is recommended. The conference will have 3 streams of concurrent sessions held over 2 days.
Proposals will only be accepted through email.
Please submit your proposals by June 15 2019.
Your proposal must comply with the following requirements:
- name of session (please ensure to provide the main subject&title)
- description (word limit of 300 words)– the description should consist of 1 or 2 paragraphs summarizing the content of your proposed presentation
- format – MS Word or PDF format
- language and method of submission –proposals must bein English and submitted via email only
- name and contact details
- brief professional biography indicating relevant experience
- further sources of information about speaker, if any, e.g., c.v., published articles and/or any documents to show your expertise
Upon review, you will be informed by June 30, 2019as to whether your submission for speakerhas been accepted for oral presentation.
Speaker Submission of Bio and Photo
Once you have been accepted as a speaker, you will be required to submit your bio and a photo (JPEG or PDF format, larger than 100k but smaller than 1mega byte) by July 15, 2019to be published in the conference book.
You will be required to submit your PPT presentation materials/slides by July 31, 2019. Please note: In registering for the conference, you are giving consent for the full presentation materials/slides (paper and electronic forms included), video, audio recording and photographs taken in connection with/during your presentation to be used and published by IAKL (including being provided to conference attendees/delegates via a conference website and SNS outlets).
Please send us an e-mail in advance if you cannot submit the information or documents as scheduled above in advance.
For any inquiries, please email: email@example.com
|Legal Practice Division|
|1||Corporate / M&A||Return of Protectionism in M&A Transactions|
|2||Finance||The Rise and Fall of Cryptocurrencies|
|3||Dispute Resolution||AI in Dispute Resolution|
|4||Tax||Effective Handling of Tax Dispute: Shall We Shake Hands, Bow or Just Draw Our Swords – Controversies in Korea and around the World|
|5||IP||Damages Calculations in Intellectual Property Infringement Cases|
|6||Competition||International cooperation in cartel enforcement|
|7||Real Estate||Global Equity & Debt Real Estate Investment|
|8||Energy/Natural Resources||Corruption, Sustainability and Human Rights in Energy& Natural Resource Projects|
|9||Employment||Recent Development in Wage and Working Hour Regulations|
|10||Technology||Emerging Legal Challenges Brought by New Technologies: What are Legal Issues in New Technologies and How Lawyers Should Deal with New Challenges?|
|11||Insolvency||Role of the Court Officer in Insolvency Proceedings: Trustees, Receivers, Administrators, Liquidators, Monitors… Who are they and what’s the difference?|
|12||White Collar Crime /
|Attorney’s Role in Multijurisdictional Government|
|13||International Trade||Global Trade War: National Security and Retaliatory Tariffs.|
|Professional & Public Interest Division|
|14||Human Rights /
Pro bono / Immigration
|Protection of Non-Citizens in a World of Hostility|
|15||Woman / Young Lawyers||Achieving Long-Term Careers for Women in Law|
|16||Japan Lawyer Panel||TBD|
|17||North Korea||Trade & Investment into North Korea?|
|18||Ethics||Professional Ethics in New Legal Environment|
|#||Practice Area||Committee Chair (Korea)||Committee Chair (Overseas)|
|1||Corporate/M&A||Kwon Hoe Kim, Yoon & Yangkkim@yoonyang.com||Chan Park, Molitor
|2||Finance||Seungmin Jung Jipyong
Seungmin Jung Lab Partners
|Alex Yim, Drinker Biddle
|3||Dispute Resolution||Sae Youn Kim Yulchon||Ben Na, Gowling
|4||Tax||Jay Shim(심재진) Lee&Ko||Sabina Han, Fasken
|5||IP||Chunghwan Choi, Lee & Ko
|Alex Kim, HSML
|6||Competition||Youngjin Jung Kim & Chang (firstname.lastname@example.org)||Brian Ryoo, Gibson Dunn
|7||Real Estate||Kwon LeeMayer Brown LLP (email@example.com)||Peter Lee, Lee Hong
|Chung Jin Chung KOGAS||Yong-Jae Kim, Silvercorp Metals
|9||Employment||Soojung Lee, Yulchon
|TBD (Mike Yim or Charles Jung, or Lisa Yang in the interim)|
|10||Technology||Jae Wook Lee, Yulchon||Joe DeMarco, Devore DeMarco
|11||Insolvency||Woo-young Choi, HMP Law
|Phil Cho, Weir Foulds
|Tak-Kyun Hong, Shin & Kim||TBD|
|Se-In Lee, Pusan Nat’l. Univ.||Pierce Lee, Crowell Moring
|14||Human Rights / Pro Bono||Pill Kyu Hwang, Gonggam||Peter Kang, Sidley
|Eunice Kim, Ewha Wom. Univ.
Chorong Baak, Baak Jang Park
Jen Won, Bird Marella
|17||North Korea||Jaewoo Kwak LEE&KO
|18||Ethics||Jae Wook Lee, Yulchon||TBD|