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 »
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 »
DublinAfter the success of our Inaugural Conference held last December in Brussels, we are hoping to interest you this year with a conference in Dublin on The Impact of Financial Regulation On Legal Practice on 7 December 2002. Please see attached draft programme for further details. The conference will be followed by our Annual European… Read more »
LondonEuropean Circuit Annual General Meeting followed by Autumn Lecture on “Europe After Nice” chaired by the Rt. Hon. Lord Slynn of Hadley with Judge Nicholas Forwood QC, Judge of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities, as speaker. AGM/Europe After Nice – the Rt. Hon. Lord Slynn of Hadley as chair and Judge… Read more »
LondonAt the Bar Conference on 28th September 2002 in London, the European Circuit in conjunction with the Bar European Group is presenting a workshop entitled ‘Europe: Opportunities for the Bar’. It will be chaired by Judge Forwood from the European Court of First Instance in Luxembourg and aims to provide ideas and inspiration for those… Read more »
BrusselsOn 14th-16th June 2002 the European Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators held its Spring Meeting in Brussels in conjunction with the European Circuit. This event focused on ‘Dispute Resolution from the European Perspective’. The programme included attitudes to arbitration and ADR in the European Institutions, e-commerce, conventional lightweight procedures, as well as arbitration… Read more »
BerlinOn 19th April 2002 the English Bar visited the Berlin Bar. The event, entitled ‘Some Insights into German/British Litigation’ was organised by the International Relations Committee and the European Circuit. The programme included visits to civil and criminal courts accompanied by lawyers of the Berliner Anwaltsverein with joint discussions and briefings during the visit. In… Read more »
BrusselsThe results and selected speeches given at the Conference in Brussels are available on this website.