On 26-28 August 2017, ADB-UNSW will host a Judicial Colloquium on Commercial Law in Naypyidaw, Myanmar. The purpose of the Colloquium is to facilitate dialogue between judges and judicial officers of the High Courts, District Courts and the Union Supreme Court of Myanmar and judges from foreign jurisdictions including Singapore, Hong Kong, and the Federal CourtContinue reading “Judicial Colloquium with Supreme Court”
On Sunday 2 April 2017, we held the first training session for the Professional Legal Education course in Corporate and Commercial Law in Myanmar. This program is run by UNSW in collaboration with ADB. Over the next three months, participants will learn 6 different modules on key aspects of commercial and corporate law.
Since moving to UNSW, I have been interested to learn more about the various initiatives related to Myanmar that the Law Faculty has ongoing. There are three main areas: the Australia-Myanmar Constitutional Democracy Project; legal education; and the Diplomacy Training Program. Australia Myanmar Constitutional Democracy ProjectIn 2013, the Australia-Myanmar Constitutional Democracy Workshop was established and originally directedContinue reading “UNSW Engagement in Myanmar/Burma”