Immigration Solutions Lawyers delighted to attend International Bar Association Annual Conference 2022 in Miami.
The International Bar Association (IBA) Annual Conference is the leading conference for legal professionals worldwide to meet, share knowledge, build contacts and develop business.
It serves to advance the development of international law and its role in business and society to provide members with world-class professional development opportunities to enable them to deliver outstanding legal services.
- Remote Work Solutions for Employers post-pandamic
- Modern Slavery – Punishing Victims and why this must stop
- Where is my profit share? The Nagoya protocal and how companies must compensate indigenous traditional knowledge
Remote Work Solutions
This panel will address those issues and offer both legal and practical solutions and best practices for employers in their quest to retain talent post-pandemic without compromising future business imperatives brought on by potential industry downturns. Anne O’Donoghue will be providing insight as to how Australia has implemented remote work, for employers, employees and visa holders alike.
Modern Slavery – Punishing victims and why this must stop
The panel will look at how the principle is applied across different jurisdictions and will discuss recommendations to improve the legislative provision and practical implementation. It will also reference a pilot program to train lawyers and law enforcement personnel on the principle of non-punishment and ancillary matters and the creation of a dedicated online platform on the IBA/BIICL websites which will contain which will host videos, podcasts and web links to interviews with experts and practitioners from NGOs, international organisations and multi-stakeholder initiatives accessible to the public, as well as to legal professionals. Anne O’Donoghue will be apart of this open-dialogue session, on how the principle of non-punishment is defined in the Australian Legal System.
Where is my Profit Share?
This panel will see a variety of perspectives and themes discussed with respect to the Nagoya Protocol. Anne O’Donoghue will be speaking on the protection of traditional knowledge and benefit-sharing from the perspective of megabiodiverse countries: experiences and perspectives, in light of Australia’s efforts.
Find out more details from IBA session details page here.
See below for reviews from our clients!
I had an amazing experience working with Anne, Heshna and the entire Team at Immigration Solutions. The knowledge, open line of communication and sense of urgency was top notch.… Read more
October 17, 2023
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August 30, 2023
Thank you to the team at ISL working within my budget to get a much better outcome for my case than I was expecting. I appreciate the professionalism and attention… Read more
August 30, 2023
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August 5, 2023
Excellent experience with my citizenship application process. The team took me through the process step by step and answered all questions (and I had many). They were also extremely patient… Read more
June 30, 2023
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June 26, 2023