"ETHICS - A Comparison of the Ethical Rules Applicable To the 3 Branches of the Legal Profession"
CPD (Continuing Professional Development)
Me. Hervé Duval, SC
Me. Hervé Duval, SC, is the founder and Managing Director of the Ahnee-Duval Law Firm. He was appointed Senior Counsel in 2016 and he is currently the Chairman of the Mauritius Bar Association.
Mr Hervé Duval, SC reckons some 20 years of litigation experience at the Mauritian Bar at all levels, including the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council and in all fields. His portfolio of clients for advisory and litigation work ranges from leading local employers, local Banks, Construction companies, Consultants and Hotel Groups to large foreign Consortiums. His particular expertise is corporate law and he has been involved in a number of commercial arbitration, both local and international.
In September 2014, Ahnee-Duval, Law Firm has been the first local legal firm to have signed a Memorandum of Mutual Corporation with the Overseas Liaison Department of China Law Society. Hervé Duval, SC completed the 1st Course of China-Africa Legal Professionals Exchange Project conducted by the Beijing Foreign Studies University under the aegis of Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC). He is a fellow researcher of the China-Africa Legal Research Centre and has been appointed Consultant of the China-Africa Legal Training Base of the China Research Centre for Legal Diplomacy and of the FOCAC-Legal Forum.
The following topics will be addressed: ‘The digital environment within which the Law Practitioners operate’, ‘How technology impacts on the delivery of legal service?’, ‘Would technology replace the Law Practitioner?’, ‘Smart Contracts and the Law Practitioner’, ‘LegalTech as the being the new trend’, and ‘How to re-invent and become more appealing?’.
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- Law Practitioners & Legal Officers
|Start Date||Finish Date||Seat(s) available||Location||Time & Duration|
|Tue 28/05/2019||Tue 28/05/2019||85 of 85||IJLS, Port Louis||14.00 Hrs - 16.00 Hrs (2 CPD Hrs)|