The Third International Legal Ethics Conference is to be held between 13 and 16 July 2008 on the Gold Coast. It costs $500 or $220 a day. Queensland’s Chief Justice de Jersey, who has written at least a few disciplinary decisions which I happen to have stumbled across, is a keynote speaker, along with Professor David Luban of Georgetown University, who is a contributor to American legal ethics blogs like Balkinization, and Professor Deborah Rhode of Stanford University. There is an impressive array of other speakers, and they are calling for proposals for papers by the end of February.
In googling for this post, I noticed that you can buy online .pdf versions of articles in the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics separately for US$3.50 a pop.