LPRU reports

The LPRU have created and contributed to a number of legal reports, articles and guidance documents.

Maintaining judicial integrity and ethical standards in practice: an IBA study on criminal and disciplinary measures

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Are Whistleblowing Laws Working? A Global Study of Whistleblower Protection Litigation

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Innovation-led cultural change: can technology effectively address workplace harassment?

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Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence (‘CAHAI’): contributions to the draft feasibility study on ‘Human Rights Due Diligence for Artificial Intelligence’

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Digital contact tracing for the Covid-19 epidemic: a business and human rights perspective

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Legal Expenses Insurance and Access to Justice

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Sextortion
A crime of corruption and sexual exploitation

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Us Too? Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession

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Whistleblower Protections: A Guide

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Women in Commercial Legal Practice

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Judicial Integrity Initiative

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IBA Practical Guide on Business and Human Rights for Business Lawyers

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Reference Annex to the IBA Practical Guide on Business and Human Rights for Business Lawyers

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Rule of Law Versus Rule of Code: A Blockchain-Driven Legal World

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The not-so-distant future: Blockchain and the legal profession

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Blockchain technology: Is it building a brighter future?

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‘Times are a-changin’: disruptive innovation and the legal profession

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Data Security and the Legal Profession: Risks, Unique Challenges and Practical Considerations

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Digital identity: principles on collection and use of information

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IBA International Principles on Social Media Conduct for the Legal Profession

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The Impact of Online Social Networking on the Legal Profession and Practice

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LPRU Interns

The Impact of Online Social Networking on the Legal Profession and Practice

Sibilla Grenon, former intern at the Legal Policy & Research Unit of the International Bar Association, describes the basic nature of smart contracts, explores instances in which they have been implemented and analyses the current legislation in the United States that has attempted to address the emergence of the smart contract.

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Women in the law – an Australian perspective

The quest for gender equality in the workplace has always been an uphill battle: in the public and private sectors, in Australia, and all over the world...

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Blockchain, smart contracts and lawyers

Blockchain is a disruptive technology – it has the potential to radically change how we interact and transact with others…

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Is Corruption in the judicial system the business of Lawyers?

Judicial corruption can trigger social and political conflict and can fracture and divide communities by keeping alive a sense of injury created by unjust treatment...

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