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28 October 2021

Lawscot COP 26 conference timely platform for legal profession

The President of the Law Society of Northern Ireland, Rowan White​, and ​a Society delegation will be attending the Lawscot – Cop26 Conference taking place in Edinburgh on Friday 29th October 2021.

The conference is being hosted by the Law Society of Scotland in partnership with the Law Societies of Northern Ireland and England and Wales. 

The theme of the conference is “Lawyers and Climate Change: Leaders or followers?”

Those attending will have the opportunity to hear from several keynote speakers, participate in workshops and discuss the role of lawyers as trusted advisors and what lawyers can do to positively influence their clients on climate change. 

Commenting​, the President of the Law Society of Northern Ireland, Rowan White said:

“The Society is delighted to be supporting the Lawscot COP26 conference as a partner and contributor to the workshops and discussions. This conference is both timely and important in providing a platform ​for the legal profession to discuss those climate change issues which will have a significant impact on them and their clients”.

The conference is taking place on the eve of the important ‘UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties 2021 (COP26)’ in Glasgow which will be attended by world leaders.



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