Following the success of Russian Law Week 2014 in London and English Law Week 2015 in Moscow, the Law Society and the Bar Council of England and Wales, in partnership with the Federal Chamber of Lawyers of the Russian Federation, the Moscow Chamber of Advocates, the St Petersburg Chamber of Advocates, the British Russian Law Association, and the Anglo-Russian Law Association are organising the fourth Russian Law Week conference in London from 14 to 16 November 2016.
Russian Law Week 2016 will bring together Russian and UK legal practitioners and business representatives to promote legal links and business between the two countries. It is a fantastic opportunity for UK legal practitioners to meet with their Russian counterparts to discuss current trends in legal services in Russia and England and Wales. The theme of this year's conference is 'Establishing Bridges in Challenging Times'.
The programme for Russian Law Week 2016 includes high profile panel discussions chaired by well-known legal experts on the following topics:
Import Substitution Policy - opportunities and challenges for the Russian legal market
Recent developments and current trends in the Russian court system
The new Russian Arbitration Law
New law on bankruptcy
Changes in Russian Corporate Law: M&A and new practices
De-offshorization in Russia: results and wishes
The conference is part of our wider, on-going efforts to strengthen links between the legal professions of the two jurisdictions, and will look in detail at how best to cater to the demands of both countries increasingly global businesses and legal requirements.
Russian legal practitioners
Russian representatives from businesses
Bookings are now open! If you would like to attend the event, please click here to register a place.
The registration fee is £200 + VAT.
The event is CPD accredited.
If you are interested in speaking on one of the session topics above, please email Petra Majzlikova, PMajzlikova@BarCouncil.org.uk.
Russian Law Week provides sponsors with access to legal practitioners, business representatives and academics from Russia, the UK and other CIS region, who are looking to explore and understand the latest developments in Russian law and practices. As well as providing a key platform to network with both UK and Russian practitioners, the conference also offers any potential sponsors a range of promotional tools.
For more information, please email David McKeever, David.McKeever@LawSociety.org.uk.