ATTORNEY General of Brunei Darussalam, Datin Seri Paduka Hajah Hayati binti Pehin Orang Kaya Shahbandar Dato Seri Paduka Haji Mohammad Salleh, accompanied by officers of the Attorney General’s Chambers are currently participating in the Global Law Summit, which commenced on February 23 – 25 in London, United Kingdom. The Summit was launched on Monday by the Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor, the Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP and is attended by over 2,000 delegates including ministers and attorney generals from over 90 countries.
The summit delivers a mix of plenary, keynote, panel and workshop sessions focused on the rule of law and its fundamental role in global business, government and society, and is led by world-class speakers, experts, legal academics and decision makers. Amongst the topics discussed are ‘Money Laundering: The legal services connection’, ‘The Future of the Legal Profession’, ‘Global Trends in International Trade & the Laws that Underpin Them’ and ‘Sanctions and the Rule of Law’.
The Global Law Summit is held to mark 800 years since the sealing of Magna Carta. The Attorney General also attended a reception hosted by Her Majesty the Queen at the Buckingham Palace to mark the momentous anniversary, together with other heads of delegates from various countries. As part of the working visit, the Attorney General and delegates also met with the Bruneian Law students at Brunei Hall in London last weekend.