Legal Empowerment: Practitioners’ Perspectives

  • DATE / TIME:
    2010•06•25    13:15 - 14:30
    New York

    The newly published Legal Empowerment: Practitioners’ Perspectives is a collection of articles on approaches to integrating justice and development in ways that benefit the poor and other disadvantaged populations. Edited by Stephen Golub, the book is part of the International Development Law Organization’s book series “Lessons Learned: Narrative Accounts of Legal Reform in Developing and Transition Countries”. Consistent with the animating question of this series, IDLO seeks to identify legal reform success stories and to try to understand what accounts for such favorable outcomes.

  • Conference Room D, Temporary North Lawn Building (TNLB) UN Headquarters, New York