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New Technologies: How Are They Changing the Legal Profession?
A discussion led by Piotr Spaczyński
Drafting Workshop by Clifford Chance Warsaw
21 and 28 February 2019, at 18.30
Collegium Iuridicum II, University of Warsaw
Guest Lecture: AG Michal Bobek
Friday 7 December 2018, 18.30-20.00
New Technologies and the Law
Guest Lecture: Professor Catherine Barnard
Friday 14 December 2018, 18.30-20.00
An analysis of the Brexit Agreement and beyond
Advocacy Workshop at the University of Gdańsk Tuesday 10 April: 15.00-17.00The Advocacy Workshop is an interactive, fun and educational training in the sort of advocacy skills and training methodologies used to train barristers in England. The trainers are qualified...
On 26 March 2018, Professor Lionel Bently gave a guest lecture at the Law Faculty of the Adam Mickiewicz University Poznan, titled: ‘Claims, Notice and Property Definition in the Law of Trade Marks’. The lecture, co-organised with the British Law Centre, was followed...
BLC 25th Anniversary Conference – University of Cambridge 8 September 2017 The British Law Centre 25th Anniversary Conference took place at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law on Friday 8 September 2017, and was followed by an evening reception at Queens...
The British Ambassador to Poland, His Excellency Mr Jonathan Knott, will give a lecture at the University of Warsaw on the future of the UK-Polish relationship.
On 14 December, 2017, two senior lawyers from Clifford Chance (Nick Fletcher and Rafał Zakrzewski) gave a workshop in contract drafting to BLC students in Warsaw.
Sir Bernard Rix gave a lecture to the Warsaw BLC on the 6th December at 18.30 titled: Civil Procedure in Modern Commercial Dispute Resolution: the good, the bad and the ugly.
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