Every two years, the International Association of Legal Ethics (IAOLE) brings together several hundred scholars and lawyers from around the world.  The next conference, International Legal Ethics Conference VII, will be held in the United States on July 14-16, 2016.  It will be hosted by Fordham Law School, which is in the heart of New York City -- steps from Lincoln Center, Central Park and many restaurants, and easily accessible to theatres, museums and national attractions. 

Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact: 
Sherri Levine
Associate Director, Stein Center for Law and Ethics
Fordham Law School
150 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023

Registration Fee:
Note that the registration fee includes all sessions, lunches on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and the Friday evening reception.

Early bird registration:
$325 (prior to April 30, 2016)
$375 (after April 30, 2016)

A waiver or reduction of registration fees may be available in some circumstances.  Please review the Registration Waiver application for more information.  

Refund Policy:
All reservations are subject to the terms of our refund policy.  Please note, full refunds may not be granted if notice is less than 30 days before the conference.  

Fordham Law School Refund Policy

Stein Center- ILEC VII 2016
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Event Refund Information

Fordham University will honor event refund requests received by 12 p.m. on the day preceding the scheduled event, unless otherwise specified on the event registration page. However, if the event involves a reserved ticket/seat/table, the refund request will be at the sole discretion of the lead event manager. All refunds will be credited via the credit card used for the original transaction—no cash refunds will be issued.

Gift Refund Information

A refund is possible in the event that you or Fordham University charged your credit card for the wrong amount. The University will issue a refund to the credit card account used for the original transaction upon prompt notification by you that an error was made.