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The International Law Congress in Cyprus

In-house and private practice lawyers are being given the unique opportunity to gain a vital insight into various challenging global issues at the International Law Congress, organised by the Cyprus Bar Association in conjunction with IBC Global Conferences and Options Congresses. The event promises to be the perfect networking experience with an expected audience of nearly 1000 top international legal minds. Delegates will be able to discuss the differences in practising law across Europe and other international jurisdictions, by meeting colleagues from the Middle East, Africa, the Balkans and Europe including Eastern Europe.

24 March 2000

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In-house and private
practice lawyers are being given the unique opportunity to gain a vital insight
into various challenging global issues at the International Law Congress,
organised by the Cyprus Bar Association in conjunction with IBC Global
Conferences and Options Congresses. The event promises to be the perfect
networking experience with an expected audience of nearly 1000 top international
legal minds. Delegates will be able to discuss the differences in practising law
across Europe and other international jurisdictions, by meeting colleagues from
the Middle East, Africa, the Balkans and Europe including Eastern Europe.


The International
Law Congress will consist of nine major sections, which in turn deal with a range
of onshore and offshore commercial law topics. The major sections covered
are: litigation, arbitration and ADR, trade, banking and finance, project finance,
maritime law, ethics and human rights, European Union, law practice management,
IT telecoms and broadcasting, biomedical and pharmaceuticals.


Of particular
interest to Managing Partner readers will be Section VII on law firm management,
which deals with topics such as "Managing the Firm of the Future" and "The
Hitech Law Firm", and features several regular Managing Partner contributors,
including Mark Abell of Field Fisher Waterhouse, Tony Reiss of Sherwood,
Professor Stephen Mayson of Nottingham Law School and Jozef Lievens of Loeff
Claeys Verbeke, amongst others.

www. ilc2000.com.cy

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