17th May 2007
This event is part of the Private International Law in the UK: Current Topics and Changing Landscapes series.
The Autumn/Winter Evening Seminars of the British Institute will explore issues which are of topical importance for current legal practice and study in the field of Private International Law. Led by leading experts in the field, they will evaluate, in particular, the growing impact of the establishment of a European Civil Justice Area on the future of Private International Law in the UK.
This event is kindly sponsored by:
This event will be follwoed by a reception at 5:45pm for all those attending.
2 CPD Hours may be claimed through attendance at this event by both solicitors and barristers.
To register for this event click here or contact Mr Michael Hall, telephone: 0207 862 5171
The final date for bookings is friday 11 May 2007.
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