Panel Discussion - Ensuring Privacy and Security in Europe: What are the challenges in an internet age? 26 February 2019
The UK Law Societies joint Brussels office and the Centre for European Policy Studies present a panel discussion on the regulatory framework for the lawful processing of data by security and intelligence agencies. The discussion will encompass key questions on how our data is stored and accessed by state agencies, how widely data can and should be used as well as discussing the surrounding legal and ethical issues.
This event, held as part of the ESRC “UK in a changing Europe” project “Health law outside the EU: Immediate, Intermediate and Long-term Impacts” will examine the state of play in relation to the impact of Brexit on the law and regulation of the NHS and health care delivery post Brexit.
Save the date: Kazakhstan in Focus: the new Astana International Financial Centre (AIFC) Court and International Arbitration Centre (IAC)
On 4 March 2019, from 14:00 – 16:30 in London, the Law Society of England and Wales in partnership with the AIFC Court and International Arbitration Centre is hosting an afternoon seminar with Lord Woolf, Chief Justice of AIFC Court and Barbara Dohmann QC, Chairman, International Arbitration Centre on 4 March 2019.
On 29 January The Brussels Office is holding its New Year Reception jointly organised with Office Partners (German Bar Association, Bars of Belgium & Luxembourg, Czech Bar and Austrian Bar). The reception will be followed by a Dinner with the Office Holders of each Organisation. At this occasion, Office Holders from LSEW, LSNI and LSS are coming who are Simon Davis (Vice-President of LSEW) and Paul Tennant (CEO); Alison Atack (President of LSS) and Suzanne Rice (President of LSNI). ...
To mark Human Rights Week, our office, Bingham Centre for Rule of Law and Flinn Law held an event to discuss EU citizens in the UK, data privacy and the protection of personal data and dispute resolution after Brexit from the perspective of the Rule of Law. Our panellists discussed the Rule of Law implications of the proposed Withdrawal Agreement.
EWLA and the UK Law Societies Brussels Office held a conference on developing legal tools to assess and challenge member state action where women face indirect discrimination on access to justice within the remit of EU competence. For example, cuts in legal aid system, shortening the opening hours for courts or compulsory mediation may have a greater impact on women than on men when women are seeking access to justice. The core questions included: What ...