20 January 2012

Sri Lanka Eyes Legal Process Outsourcing with LPO Conference Initiated by International Association of Young Lawyers AIJA

19th January 2012, www.lankabusinessonline.com

Sri Lanka will be hosting a conference February initiated by the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA) which will also highlight the island's potential as a legal process outsourcing destination, organizers said.

AIJA will hold the two day conference from February 09 collaborating with the Bar Association of Sri Lanka, backed by the Legal Support Forum (LSF) an industry body made up law and outsourcing firms.

"The speakers will discuss and examine topics that will be of interest to lawyers and the business community," the organizers said in a statement.

"The potential benefits to Sri Lanka are enormous in terms of foreign exchange earnings and employment opportunities."

Sri Lanka has skilled human resources, relatively cheaper cost, state endorsement of the industry and a legal system based in large part on principles of English law, the conference organizers said.

Outsourcing Versus Restructuring – Challenges in International Business Structures : 8-10 February 2012, Colombo, SRI LANKA

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