Deliver Your News to the World – The 17th Commonwealth Law Conference is held in Hyderabad on 5 February 2011


DirectRooms can now announce that the 17th Commonwealth Law Conference will kick off in Hyderabad, India on the 5th February 2011. The duration of the conference will be five days.

Some of the best minds in the legal industry will meet here. It is expected that a total of more than 1,000 lawyers, legal academics and judges will attend this conference to debate and discuss cutting edge developments in their field. They will also get the opportunity to acquaint themselves with the latest commercial services and products available to the industry.

The theme of this year’s conference is “Emerging Economies and the Rule of Law: Challenges and Opportunities”. The long list of discussions include interesting subjects such as the rule of law as it relates to human rights, commercial and corporate law and the judicial and legal professions.

A few keynote speakers include: Lord Lester of Herne Hill, QC, a specialist in public law and human rights; Justice B.Sudershan Reddy, an Indian Supreme Court Judge; Mr Kamalesh Sharma – the Secretary General of the Commonwealth; and Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Chief Justice of Pakistan.

"The 2011 conference will address some highly topical issues and the discussions are sure to be lively and though provoking,” said Lek Boonlert, Head of Marketing at DirectRooms.

Guest staying at Hyderabad hotels can still qualify for a substantial discount on the normal registration fee of $1,700. If they register before 26th January 2011, they will pay only US$1,480. Those who register after this date will have to pay the full registration fee.

Those who are interested in attending this conference can contact the Secretariat at Tel: +41-22-5330-948 or email


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