The Law and Development Institute (LDI, www.lawanddevelopment.net), established in Sydney, Australia, promotes law development agendas, conducts relevant academic research, and provides forums for academic exchanges in law and development. Twenty-eight leading scholars and professionals from several countries are currently participating in the LDI.
The LDI, in conjunction with Seattle University School of Law, holds its second annual conference in law and development on December 10, 2011 in the Student Center, LeRoux Conference Room at Seattle University. Seventeen leading speakers from seven countries, including U.S.A., Canada, Japan, Australia, Thailand, United Kingdom, and India, are scheduled to present key issues on international trade, investment and finance, and least-developed countries from the perspective of law and development.
Registration fee of $30 includes access to the full day conference, refreshments, and lunch. Faculty, SU staff, and students can attend free of charge. Registration is required for all attendees.
Silver Cloud – Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122
Silver Cloud is located across the street from Seattle University. Rooms are available at special rates for the conference at $99 for a single king bed or double queen (two queen beds); parking and tax are not included. Special rates are available until November 11, 2011. Included in the rate are high-speed wireless internet and shuttle to designated locations. Laundry, fitness center, and indoor pool and spa are located in the hotel. Call 1-800-590-1801 when making reservations or follow the steps below to make online reservations:
How to Make a Hotel Reservation Online
1. Visit our website at: http://www.silvercloud.com/broadway.php
2. Select desired arrival and departure dates and search for availability
3. Type in “Group ID” LAW
4. Type in “Password” LAW
5. Complete reservation with your credit card information
How to Make a Reservation Via Phone
6. Call our hotel directly at (206) 325-1400 or Toll Free at (800) 590-1801
7. Ask for the “Law and Development Conf” rate and the group ID “LAW”.
Seattle University School of Law 901 12th Ave., PO Box 222000, Seattle, WA 98122-1090 206.398.4233