The Impact Revolution: The Role of Law and Lawyers
ESELA Annual Conference - 12 April 2019, London
Location: London School of Economics
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The Impact Revolution: The Role of Law and Lawyers – 12 April 2019
The ESELA Annual Conference
Hosted by the Marshall Institute at the London School of Economics
This year, the conference will have capacity for 400 delegates in plenary sessions and four break out sessions to choose from, each with space for 50-140 people.
Our programme of 50+ speakers will bring together perspectives from around the globe. We hope to create space for conversations which are geared towards understanding how legal practice and legal policy can help the social impact movement thrive. It will focus on key areas of the ‘Impact Revolution’ with four streams dedicated to Impact Investing, Profit with Purpose, Systems Change, and a ‘Spotlight On…’ stream for hot topics you want to see on the agenda.
In December we announced the theme of the ESELA Annual Conference 2019: The Impact Revolution: The Role of Law and Lawyers.
We are now delighted to give you a first look at two of our plenary topics: Amit Bhatia, CEO of the Global Steering Group for Impact Investment (GSG) will share GSG’s emerging strategy to engage lawyers in the impact revolution, and Professor Colin Mayer will explore implications of the Future of the Corporation initiative by the British Academy.
The Marshall Institute works to improve the impact and effectiveness of private action for public benefit through research, teaching and convening. It informs and coordinates the efforts of citizens, researchers, private sector organisations, and social entrepreneurs who are working to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges. We look forward to debating what role law and lawyers have to play.
Dates For Your Diary
The conference takes place on Friday 12 April 2019 in London, hosted by The Marshall Institute at the London School of Economics. The conference will be preceded by a smaller Academic Gathering on Thursday 11 April for intended for academics and others with an interest in the implications of the impact revolution to legal education. To register your interest in attending the Academic Gathering click here to contact Sarah Dobson, Executive Director of ESELA.
On the evening of Thursday 11 April we are planning networking drinks for conference attendees. This is a chance for those arriving in London for the conference to meet each other and local attendees. Further details about the drinks will be announced in February.
Following the conference, if there is demand, we will organise a sightseeing walk on the morning of Saturday 13 April for those who wish to see some of the key London landmarks and continue conversations with other delegates. You can register your interest in taking part in the walk when you purchase your ticket (below).
Meet the Network Partners and Conference Committee