The International Conference of Legal Regulators is a group of regulators that first met in London in September 2012. The idea behind the ICLR is that those who regulate lawyers face similar issues and would benefit by global conversations on these topics. (For example, regulators around the world face issues related to the impact of technology, globalization, & market disruption and issues of substance abuse by lawyers).
The ICLR met in San Francisco in 2013 (in conjunction with the NOBC meeting), London in 2014, and Toronto in 2015. You can access the materials from the 2015 Toronto ICLR Conference here; the materials from prior conferences are available as links from the current ICLR homepage. For more information about the creation of the ICLR, see this article about its formation. Legal profession regulators have been slower to form international networks than have some other types of regulators – for example, there are international networks of banking, antitrust, and medical regulators.