For the first time, the Law Society is bringing their International Lawyers Training Programme (ILTP) to Almaty on 3-4 November 2014 at the InteContinental hotel Almaty.
The Law Society's ILTP provides quality CPD accredited courses delivered by leading international trainers to qualified lawyers from all jurisdictions. You can register for the 2 day programme or for each day separately. Discounts are available for members of the International Division.
The course will be delivered by Michael Twomey, from Law2020, who has 20 years' experience in delivering corporate and commercial training courses to most of the leading firms in the UK and beyond.
Join us for networking drinks at the Law Society on 23 September.
Register for a seminar on "Doing legal business in the Nordics and Baltics". Expert speakers from UKTI and lawyers with experience in the region will present the range of opportunities available for law firms in the region, and advice on how to best assist their clients looking to develop their business in the region.
Advocates from Ukraine are now eligible to apply to qualify as a solicitor of England and Wales through the ‘fast track’ Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme (QLTS).
From 28 April to 1 May 2014, the Law Society supported the launch of the British Azerbaijan Law Association (BALA) in Baku, Azerbaijan from 29-30 April.
The president made a keynote speech at BALA's conference Navigating the Legal Framework in the UK and Azerbaijan designed to highlight and promote the expertise of members and England and Wales as a jurisdiction of choice.
Discover the latest opportunities for growing business in Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan by downloading bespoke business reports produced by Asia House.
International Division member, CM Murray LLP identifies some of the key issues of cross border employment. Bettina Bender is a partner specialising in employment law at this boutique employment law specialist firm.
What happens when a Russian company enters into a contract with a Singapore company subject to English law? This issue, amonst many others, will be covered by our expert trainers at our English law training programme in Moscow on 21-22 November.