AIJA is glad to partner with the Global Alliance of Impact Lawyers (GAIL), a community of legal leaders who are using the practice of law to have a positive impact on people and the planet, and to accelerate a just transition.
GAIL is hosting its Annual Summit from 14 - 15 March 2023 on Collaboration and Disruption: Impact Law in a Changing World. This in-person event will bring together legal leaders from across the globe to examples of some of the most impactful work lawyers across the world are engaged in. You can access a copy of the agenda here.
- Day 1: Practical Seminar open to GAIL members-only. The Practical Seminar will enable members of the GAIL community from around the world to gather in-person for the first time, to share knowledge, collaborate and build their impact networks. It will include a multi-format series of events designed to provide legal practitioners with the knowledge, tools and materials they need to maximise their impact.
- Day 2: Legal Conference located at the vibrant Kings Place in London’s Kings Cross. The Conference will include multiple tracks covering topics including impact investing, climate, biodiversity and the law, sustainable finance, ESG, benefit corporations & B Corps, philanthropy, legislative & regulatory developments, and innovation and the law. It will enable attendees to explore a range of impact law disciplines through panels, case studies, discussions and networking.
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