Professional Development Training Programme - Autumn 2016
A group of three professional development courses which are ideal for those in the early and middle years of legal practice, those moving legal practice areas, anyone planning to enter a career in commercial litigation and students who are studying for a postgraduate degree which includes aspects of private international law, dispute resolution or arbitration.
Introduction to the Rule of Law
Course - 6.5 hours CPD
Date: 10 October 2016
Course Lead: Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law
The rule of law has universal relevance for all involved in the law, justice system and legal policy. This innovative course introduces participants to using the rule of law as a practical tool for legal work in a wide range of Short areas both within the UK and internationally. When you attend this course, you will explore the different elements of the rule of law in concrete terms, thinking about how rule of law principles apply in a wide variety of areas, and discovering how to draw on the rule of law as an invaluable principle and framework. It will be conducted as interactive discussions, with case studies and practical examples, as applied learning.
Rule of Law Challenges in Burundi - the inside view with Gervais Rufyikiri
10th October 2016
Time: 18:00-19:30 Followed by a drinks reception
Venue: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
This event will provide participants with insights on the practical challenges to the application of the rule of law in Burundi. Drawing on his years of experience in government, Mr. Rufyikiri will expand on issues such as corruption, access to justice and development, among others.
Please note those participating in the Introduction to the Rule of Law course are invited to attend this event free of charge
Public International Law in Practice
Short Course - 14 hours CPD
Date: 11 and 12 October 2016
Course Lead: Professor Robert McCorquodale, Institute Director.
Public International Law in Practice is a dynamic course of applied public international law. This programme is focused on current developments in public international law and their application in national and international litigation, in governmental and international policy-making and in international legal and diplomatic practice.
Cross-border Dispute Resolution
Short Course - 14 hours CPD
Date: 13 and 14 October 2016
Course Lead: Dr Eva Lein, Herbert Smith Freehills Senior Research Fellow in Private International Law, BIICL
This two-day programme is focused on current developments and strategies in cross-border dispute resolution.
Cross-border dispute resolution is a part of the practice of almost every commercial lawyer and knowledge in this area is essential. Led by BIICL researchers, academics and practitioners, the course is designed to give a concise introduction to key issues across a broad range of areas of dispute resolution including updates on new case law.
Location: Courses will be run at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5JP
Introduction to the Rule of Law: £225 (inc VAT)
Public International Law in Practice: £425 (inc VAT)
Cross-border Dispute Resolution: £425 (inc VAT)
Additional discounts may apply for specific groups please check the details of each course