Tilleke & Gibbins will host Lex Mundi member firm lawyers from around the world at the upcoming 2018 Lex Mundi Asia/Pacific Regional Conference in Bangkok, from November 15-17, 2018.
TIlleke & Gibbins is the member firm for Thailand for Lex Mundi, the world’s leading network of independent law firms, and Tiziana Sucharitkul, the firm’s co-managing partner and director of dispute resolution, is the incumbent chair of Lex Mundi’s board of directors.
The conference will focus on global and regional developments and how they impact business in the Asia/Pacific region as well as in the legal profession. Regional experts and industry leaders will address:
- The ASEAN Economic Community: Where Do We Stand in 2018
- Insights from Leading General Counsel in Thailand
- Driving Legal Innovation
- Cultural Intelligence
The conference will also feature a lunch presentation by Mechai Viravaidya, Thailand’s Father of Social Enterprise, to introduce the idea of ‘Business for Social Progress’ into schools.
Legal professionals from more than 40 jurisdictions across the Asia/Pacific region and around the globe are expected to attend the conference, which will take place at the Anantara Siam Hotel in Bangkok.
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