ILA Annual National Conference 2018 Concluded Successfully
ILA held its first-ever Annual National Conference on 22nd December 2018 at Taj Palace, New Delhi. ILA conference was attended by people from all walks of the legal profession representing 50 different cities. It was the first time ever that the young lawyers of this fraternity were able to rub shoulders with the senior lawyers and ask questions… Read More »
ILA held its first-ever Annual National Conference on 22nd December 2018 at Taj Palace, New Delhi.
ILA conference was attended by people from all walks of the legal profession representing 50 different cities. It was the first time ever that the young lawyers of this fraternity were able to rub shoulders with the senior lawyers and ask questions in an open forum. ILA con boosted a list of 80 speakers and 5 concurrent panel sessions.
Industry stalwarts like KTS Tulsi, Mr Chandiok, Dr Bhasin, Priya Hingorani and were amongst the speakers.
Law firms like Nishith Desai, SS Rana and Desai Dewanjee participated in the event. Panels like How to pitch to a GC? How to market yourselves? Law and Technology allowed the younger lawyers to engage and learn from their seniors.
The event was held at the prestigious Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi and was attended by 1300 lawyers with a lavish cocktail reception in the evening with a live band. An exhibition area hosted stalls for the partners and firms of the legal fraternity.
Dr Bhasin and Mr Chandiok applauded the efforts of ILA and asked the legal community to stand up for change for themselves.
ILA aims to reach 300 chapters in the next 2 years and partner with 500 universities. ILACON 2018 is a groundbreaking initiative towards uniting our country and building a community with individuals and organizations of various backgrounds to advance the legal profession of India!
On January 1, 2018, the Indian Lawyers Association in India was launched, and in six months we had 100 chapters in the largest 100 cities of India. With a view to keeping the spirit of justice alive among the Indian society, it is important that the 1.3 million lawyers have an organization that unifies them and provides a platform across the country where members can network, exchange ideas, mentor, connect to create more wealth, and altogether strengthen the legal community.
ILA has been formed to shape the future of the legal profession of India. In order to act as an ally and advocate for the members, ILA is committed to enable opportunities for quality professional development and advance the rule of law throughout India.
ILA has made more progress in a few months than any legal organization in the last 70 years of independence, or in 245 years of law in India.
In order to fufulfil our vision, we have held events in chapters on a monthly basis.
Reported By: ILA