About the Forum
The Latin American Regional Forum (LARF) provides a focus for all activities in the region. The group organises sessions at IBA Conferences and in particular has been instrumental in ensuring that a Latin American perspective is addressed during relevant special sessions. The LARF is closely affiliated with the North American Forum as the regions are geographically proximate and share many issues.
Forthcoming conferences and webinars View All Conferences
Let’s face it: challenges of face recognition technology in Latin America.
Perspectives on a ‘right to be forgotten’ in the midst of the reintegration of ex-guerrilla members in Colombia
Perspectives on a ‘right to be forgotten’ in the midst of the reintegration of ex-guerrilla members in Colombia.
Projects and Reports
Young Council del Latin American Regional Forum
The Latin American Regional Forum presents a study on Law Firm perception on diversity, inclusion, pro bono and non-discrimination in Latin America (March 2020). The research, prepared by the Young Lawyers Council of the Latin American Regional Forum, sheds light on the perception of these important subjects among law firms in 15 different Latin American jurisdictions.
Doing business in Latin America - Forum guide
The Forum has published a guide to doing business in 17 Latin American countries (October 2018).
The guide focuses on the common pitfalls and cultural differences of doing business throughout the region. Each country has developed four different chapters, covering foreign investment, capital markets, rendering of public services and real estate regulations, while Brazil, Costa Rica, Chile, El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and Uruguay each have an additional chapter about offshore companies services.
Subcommittees and other groups
The Latin American Regional Forum also coordinates the activities of the following subcommittees/working groups.
- Latin American Regional Forum Advisory Board