A New Look at Regulators’ Roles and Responsibilities
This ICLR session will break conference participants into small discussion groups in which they will consider various issues relating to the evolving roles and responsibilities of new and mature legal regulators. Please enter your name in the box below and then select your discussion group. There are only 15 places for each topic, places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Which discussion group would you like to join?
Setting up a new regulator – where to start?
The appropriate role for a regulator: How to avoid mission creep and when to accept it? Should, for example, a legal regulator be responsible for promoting access to justice and public legal awareness?
Separating out regulatory and representational work: Where do the boundaries lie?
Changing regulatory structures: How to re-engineer existing regulatory structures into a new system?
Managing the interface with other regulators: Whether it is lawyers who provide financial services in a form that needs to be regulated, or co-regulators for those who permit MDPs?
Designing the profession of tomorrow: Managing CPD – what does success look like?
How to manage exit from the profession? In some jurisdictions demographics point to a rapidly ageing profession with concomitant problems of inability or unwillingness to leave practice, the onset of dementia etc.
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