2019 SUPPORTERS

 
BABSEACLE
OSJI
HSF
New Perimeter
2018 -Event and In Kind Supporters – Lanna Lawyers
DLA Piper
OSF
Thomson Reuters Foundation
iprobono
HRBA2J
Namati
Advocacy Forum
CeLRRd
BRAC
Chakrabarti College, Purbanchal University
CWAD
Forum for Women, Law and Development
Kathmandu University School of Law ( KUSL)
Forum for Protection of Public Interest
LACC
Legal Aid Society-Pakistan
Law and Policy Forum for Social Justice (LAPSOJ)
National Law College (NaLC)
Nepal Law Campus
pds-nepal
Transparency Maldives
Maiti Nepal
NFRJ
FNB
HIDR
HKU
Faraz, Haider, Moazzam & Co.
 

2017 APBC Programme Cont’d

Day 3 : 2 October 2017

Pro Bono Yoga (Optional Activity)

7:00am - 8:00am PRO BONO YOGA

Location: Level 1 Armada Hotel
Please bring your own yoga mat and/or towel

Conference Sessions

Location: University of Malaya, Faculty of Law
10:30am - 11:00am REGISTRATION
11:00am - 11:30am Tun Mohm Suffian Auditorium
Welcome Address

Pro Bono and Legal Education Workshop (Foundation and Advance Level)

11:30am – 1:00pm Tun Mohm Suffian Auditorium
Session A1: Legal Education and Pro Bono Workshop (Foundation and Advance Level)

Understanding Pro Bono in Legal Education: Stakeholder Perspectives
Co-education and service, for all parties
Facilitator/Presenter: Helena Whalen-Bridge – National University of Singapore (Singapore)
Presenters:
Aisyah Binti Mohd Soberi – University of Malaya (Malaysia)

National University of Singapore Student (Singapore)
Rakkit Rattachumpoth – Ubon Ratchathani University (Thailand)
Samantha Chong – Messrs Thong Seng Kong (Malaysia)
University of Malaya Student (Malaysia)

1.00pm – 2:00pm LUNCH
2:00pm – 3:15pm BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Session B1: Legal Education and Pro Bono Workshop (Foundation Level)

Getting Started
Working with People in Need: how do you sensitize yourself to listen and understand a variety of clients?
Facilitator/Presenter: Aisyah Binti Mohd Soberi – University of Malaya (Malaysia)
Presenters:
Hesti Septianita – Pasundan University (Indonesia)

Leni Widi Mulyani – Pasundan University (Indonesia)
Shaun McCarthy – University of Newcastle Legal Centre (Australia)

Session B2: Legal Education and Pro Bono Workshop (Advanced Level)

Client-Centered Lawyering
For pro bono that works with live clients, a session on listening and working effectively with clients using a client-centered approach.
Facilitator/Presenter: Tara Neal – Rule of Law Centre (Myanmar)
Presenters:
Lin Htet Aung – Rule of Law Centre (Myanmar)
Salang Sut Doi Mung Hkawng – Rule of Law Centre (Myanmar)

 

3:15pm – 3:45pm AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS
3:45pm – 5:00pm BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Session C2: Pro Bono and Legal Education Workshop (Advanced Level)

Special Focus Pro Bono/Clinics: Considerations in working with special topics in pro bono
1. Sample Clinic: Anti-Corruption Clinic and the Anti-Corruption Clinic in Univ Indonesia
2. Sample Clinic: Ateneo Human Rights Center, Philippines, Summer Internship Program
3. Sample Clinic: Restorative Justice
Facilitator/Presenter: Norbani Binti Mohamed Nazeri – University of Malaya (Malaysia)
Presenters: Joanne Katz – Missouri Western State University (USA)

5:00pm - 5:30pm Tun Mohm Suffian Auditorium
Conference Closing

Representing Pro Bono Clients in a Client Centered Lawyering Manner Workshop

11:30am – 12:00pm WORKSHOP ROOM
Representing Pro Bono Clients in a Client Centered Lawyering Manner Workshop

Introduction to Client-Centered Lawyering Workshop primarily for Malaysian legal service providers

Workshop primarily for Malaysian legal service providers

Presenters
Joe Lynch – Lanna Lawyers (Thailand)
Andrew Valentine – DLA Piper (United States)
Joanna Caen – Herbert Smith Freehills (Hong Kong)
Rebecca Pang – Herbert Smith Freehills (Malaysia) 

 

12.00pm – 1:30pm LUNCH
1:30pm – 3:00pm WORKSHOP ROOM
Representing Pro Bono Clients in a Client Centered Lawyering Manner Workshop

Communication Skills for Client-Centered Lawyering &
What Make Us Proud to be a Legal Service Provider

Workshop primarily for Malaysian legal service providers

Presenters
Joe Lynch – Lanna Lawyers (Thailand)
Andrew Valentine – DLA Piper (United States)
Joanna Caen – Herbert Smith Freehills (Hong Kong)
Rebecca Pang – Herbert Smith Freehills (Malaysia) 

3:00pm – 3:30pm AFTERNOON REFRESHMENTS
3:30pm – 5:00pm WORKSHOP ROOM
Representing Pro Bono Clients in a Client Centered Lawyering Manner Workshop

Presenting pro bono client in trauma & Wrap up

Workshop primarily for Malaysian legal service providers

Presenters
Joe Lynch – Lanna Lawyers (Thailand)
Andrew Valentine – DLA Piper (United States)
Joanna Caen – Herbert Smith Freehills (Hong Kong)
Rebecca Pang – Herbert Smith Freehills (Malaysia) 

5:00pm - 5:30pm Tun Mohm Suffian Auditorium
Conference Closing

Quick Links

The 2019 Conference Organizing Team

The 2019 Conference is organised by a dedicated team of volunteers from South Asia with the support of BABSEACLE team.

2019 Conference Program Information

The Consortium, its Program Committee and the 2019 Program Advisory Group is currently putting together the Conference program. Details of the program, speakers and related information will updated in the upcoming months.

2019 SUPPORTERS

 
BABSEACLE
OSJI
HSF
New Perimeter
2018 -Event and In Kind Supporters – Lanna Lawyers
DLA Piper
OSF
Thomson Reuters Foundation
iprobono
HRBA2J
Namati
Advocacy Forum
CeLRRd
BRAC
Chakrabarti College, Purbanchal University
CWAD
Forum for Women, Law and Development
Kathmandu University School of Law ( KUSL)
Forum for Protection of Public Interest
LACC
Legal Aid Society-Pakistan
Law and Policy Forum for Social Justice (LAPSOJ)
National Law College (NaLC)
Nepal Law Campus
pds-nepal
Transparency Maldives
Maiti Nepal
NFRJ
FNB
HIDR
HKU
Faraz, Haider, Moazzam & Co.
 

Faces of the Asia Pro Bono Movement