The European Foundation of Human Rights is happy to announce that for another consecutive year is launching a series of trainings regarding International Law. The first meeting, which will take place on 28th September, will be about the following topic: the right to privacy and new technologies – international standards and their implementation.
The training will be led by an expert in the field of International Law and Human Rights, associate professor of the Institute of International and European Union Law, Katarzyna Miksza. Professor Miksza has 10 years of experience in lecturing, and as a research worker she will share with participants her theoretical knowledge about the topic, but also her practical experience acquired during the work in Juridicon law firm.
During the seminar, which will be held in both English and Lithuanian (translation into polish if required), the following topics will be discussed:
1) International legal framework
2) Recent case-law of the international courts
3) Recent case-law of national courts
4) Private international issues
We encourage everyone who is interested on the topic to participate in the workshop, particularly those who work within the legal field on a daily basis, such as lawyers, attorneys, prosecutors, judges, legal firm employees and Law students.
To learn more about similar events that have already taken place, please consult our webage here.
The training course will be held on 28 September at 9:00 am, in the room 305 of The House of Polish Culture in Vilnius (Naugarduko str. 76, Vilnius). To reserve a seat, please send a request by 25 September via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to seeing you!