The Nineteenth International Trade Law Conference
AbstractFor the first time, the International Law Section (ILS) of the Law Council of Australia in 1992 officially co-hosted the Conference. This successful arrangement broadened the client base of the Conference and allowed for additional input into the program from business circles and legal practice. The 1992 Conference placed an increased emphasis on the practical aspects of international trade law, having been "particularly designed with the needs of the business community and their legal advisers in mind." The opening address to the Conference by Mr Michael Duffy, then Commonwealth Attorney- General, provided the occasion for a review of Australian attitudes and action in areas of international trade.
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