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European Circuit Annual Conference

Madrid (7-8 October 2005)6 CPD hours are available for this programme CONSTITUTIONAL COURT VISIT – THURSDAY 6 OCTOBER 2005 CONFERENCE AT THE ILLUSTRE COLLEGIO DE ABOGADOS DE MADRID PREMISES – FRIDAY 7 OCTOBER 2005 The theme of this year’s conference is cross-border tort liability.  This is a fast changing field.  From being predominantly a field… Read more »

Annual General Meeting

Essex Court Chambers (13/04/05)The European Circuit will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 13th April at 17.30 in the Arbitration room at Essex Court Chambers.  The Chairman Lord Dan Brennan QC will be giving a State of the Circuit address at the Meeting and there will be drinks served afterwards.

Fall Lecture: “The EU Charter – Threat or Bonus?”

Old Hall, Lincoln’s InnOur Fall Conference to be held on 7 November 2004, at 5 :30 in Old Hall, Lincoln’s Inn, will be presented by Sir David Edward, formerly Judge of the Court of Justice. It will be hosted in association with Lincoln’s Inn and the European Circuit. We hope you will join us for… Read more »

Cross-Border Litigation in Europe

Budapest, Hungary (7 October 2004)The European Circuit will be hosting it annual conference in Budapest this year.  The conference will be looking at issues such as: the European System of Private International Law, how Europe has influenced civil law and litigating in Europe, as well as focusing on cooperation between lawyers. This course is CPD… Read more »

BEG/European Circuit Summer Party

London (21/07/2004)It will take place on 21 July at 6 pm on the roof terrace of Blackstone Chambers.  The entrance fee is £10.00 and we would request that you please book in advance.  Cheques should be made out to the Bar European Group and sent to(no tickets will be issued): Julie Anderson, 20 Essex Street,… Read more »

Annual Bar Council Conference

London (11 October 2003)Workshop on: Influencing the Course of EU Legislation Many if not most areas of UK legislation are influenced by principles of EU law, either directly as in employment law or indirectly as in family law or commercial law. The range of EU measures now enxtends to criminal law with a topical example… Read more »

Advocacy Before International Tribunals

LondonSpring Lecture – the Treasurer of Inner Temple, Rt Hon Lord Justice Schiemann as chairman and Geoffrey Nice QC, principal attorney for the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia, as speaker have kindly agreed to speak on: “Advocacy before International Criminal Tribunals” on 7 April 2003. After the talk please join us for a glass… Read more »

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