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With the Law 2.0 Conference being an in-person event, we would like to assure you that we are taking all essential COVID-19 protocols and precautions in accordance with the regulations set by the state authorities. Know More

Conference Updates & Safety Protocols

The COVID-19 pandemic spurred a transformation of work practices in every field of human endeavor, including law. It pushed professionals to embrace new technologies and to make an attempt to connect with clients virtually. At the Law 2.0 Conference, we will closely study the repercussions of these changes, their impact on law firms, and look for ways and means through which professionals can equip themselves to prepare for similar challenges now, and in the near future.

With the goal to provide a safe conference environment to our attendees, the entire Law 2.0 Conference team will be enforcing a host of safety protocols. We are of the opinion that careful planning and maintaining transparency with our delegates can go a long way in quelling concerns around the spread of the virus.

Thankfully, the worst of the pandemic is now behind us and the world is slowly making the transition to normalcy. As of cautionary measure, we continue to remain in touch with concerned health authorities to keep our Health & Safety Plan updated in accordance with local and national requirements. We will also conduct mandatory temperature checks and sanitize the venues regularly for your safety.

Your health, safety, and security is our topmost priority.

Traveling To Dubai - Present Guidelines

Dubai’s COVID-19 response has been hailed as a success story as it jumped into action to ramp up healthcare facilities and mitigate the spread of the infection through proper contact tracing. It is now welcoming travelers from across the globe, in addition to playing host to several eminent B2B events as well as conferences for lawyers.

As of February 26, 2022, these are the guidelines for international travelers:

  • Must possess a valid vaccination certificate(s) (with a QR code), which serves as proof that the traveler has received the specified doses of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Must furnish a valid negative COVID‑19 PCR test certificate (with a QR code) that is not older than 48 hours. Authorities won’t accept SMS certificates as well as rapid antigen, antibody, or any other form of a report that does not fall under the umbrella of molecular diagnostic tests.
  • Must present a valid medical certificate with a QR code issued by certified authorities proving that the passenger tested negative and recovered from COVID-19 one month prior to arrival date.

We urge you to keep a tab on this page for updates on travel guidelines and event requirements. For information about inter-city travel and other details, do visit: Emirates and Visit Dubai.

Conference Venue Safety Measures

Here is how you can communicate safely

Social distancing norms

Wearing of masks

Sanitisation protocols for venue

Thermal screening

Availability of hand sanitisers

Arrangements in buffet & networking areas

Restrictions on social gatherings

Cautious use of mics & other commons

Sanitisation of cars/luggage etc

Guidelines for exhibitions



  • People with COVID-19 should receive supportive care to help relieve symptoms.
  • Stay in touch with your physician. Contact your doctor before you get medical care.
  • Your local health authorities may give instructions on keeping a check on your symptoms and reporting information.

Stay Informed

Additional Safety Measures

If you are experiencing classic COVID-19 symptoms, please get in touch with health authorities and follow CDC-recommended steps.

The Law 2.0 Conference team will walk the extra mile to ensure temperature screenings of delegates, staff, and vendors and also set up sanitization stations at key spots during our USA and Dubai events. While we will be adhering to the stipulated safety standards, we request our attendees to cooperate with us to ensure the smooth and safe running of the upcoming editions of our law conferences in 2022.

*Our guidelines may be updated as per recommendations from official local bodies.