Hot Topics in Testing, Tracing & Treatment for COVID-19: When and how can we return to a new normal?
from April 13 to April 14, 2021
How and when can we establish a “new” normal lifestyle? Well over a year has passed since the start of the pandemic, and the fall-out continues. Join as we explore the medical, legal and insurance issues that must be addressed if we are to safely overcome the pandemic.
The registration programme will be available soon.
For more information or if you are interested in joining the event, please do not hesitate to
APRIL 14 – Katarzyna Wolska-Wrona, "Approaches to Combating Gender-Based Violence: The Council of Europe Istanbul Convention and a US Perspective"
Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 1:00 pm EDT (DC), 7 pm GMT+2 (Poland)
Katarzyna Wolska-Wrona (CUA LL.M. 2005)
Katarzyna Wolska-Wrona has worked on the European Union decision-making process and protection of fundamental right concerning gender-based violence since 2009. She was a member of the Polish government’s delegation to the Ad Hoc Committee for preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence (CAHVIO). In 2012–2014, she was the Poland’s legal expert responsible for coordination of the ratification of the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence (the Istanbul Convention). In her career in Polish public administration, she has worked in the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Chancellery of the Prime Minister. From 2018- 2020, she was a Seconded National Expert for the European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) in Vilnius, Lithuania, working in the gender-based violence program. Her master’s degree in law is from Warsaw University.
Joint INSOL Europe and INSOL International Online Seminar
Registration opening soon!
Online Session: 15 April 2021
Session Times: 09:00 & 18:00 (GMT)
We are pleased to announce that our joint INSOL Europe and INSOL International Online Seminar is now being prepared for April 2021.
There will be two different sessions (AM & PM) held on Zoom, each lasting approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. Each session will feature a Keynote speaker and a live panel session with a hand-picked selection of European and international experts speaking on a range of highly relevant and important topics.
Topics and speakers to be announced very soon!
Registration will be £30 for members or £50 for non-members.
More details will be posted here when available. If you have any queries, please contact Event Manager, Harriet Taylor. In the meantime, keep your diary free for these special events!
If you would like information about the sponorship opportunities for this event, please contact Sponsorship Manager, Hannah Denney for details.
YOUNG LAWYERS SCHOLARSHIP 2021 – BOURSE JEUNES AVOCATS 2021
April 15 @ 23:59
YOUNG LAWYERS SCHOLARSHIP 2021
The U.A.E. Scholarship aims to promote the participation of young lawyers in the activities of the U.A.E., by awarding 2 years free membership and an invitation to the 2021 Annual Congress.
Apply here: scholarship-uae.lu
Arbitration in Family and Inheritance Law
from 4:30 PM to 5:45 PM CET (Paris, Madrid)
9:30 – 10:45 AM in Mexico / 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM in Buenos Aires
Free of charge – Registration Required
APRIL 27 – Mary Graw Leary, "#MeToo and #Black Lives Matter: Conflicting Objectives or Opportunities for Advancement of Shared Priorities?"
Tuesday, April 27, 2021, 1 pm EDT (DC), 7 pm GMT+2 (Poland)
Mary Graw Leary, Professor of Law
Professor Leary is a national and international expert in criminal law and procedure, victimization, exploitation, human trafficking, missing persons, technology, and Fourth Amendment (search and seizure) law and teaches related courses. She is the lead author of Perspectives on Missing Persons Cases (Carolina Academic Press). She has testified before the Senate and House and currently is Chair of the Victim Advisory Group for the United States Sentencing Commission. Prior to joining the CUA faculty, Professor Leary was a federal and state prosecutor and worked primarily on abuse and exploitation of children and women, child pornography, sex trafficking, and family violence cases.