TARGET AUDIENCE

WE WELCOME APPLICATIONS FROM LAWYERS AND OTHER LEGAL PROFESSIONALS, AS WELL AS ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN OUR PROJECTS FOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AND PERSONAL PURPOSES

Every specialist interested in practically-oriented professional upgrade will find a CECJ event format that suits their needs best

  • Understanding country-specific business and entrepreneurial basics abroad
  • Opening branches and representative offices of foreign companies
  • Investment and financing opportunities
  • Tax planning
  • Transactions with commercial real estate abroad
  • Judicial and out-of-court remedies for foreign dispute resolution
  • Protection of intellectual property and business reputation
  • Transactions with a foreign element
  • Establishing direct contacts with foreign lawyers and legal consultants for possible further legal support and advice
  • Immigration, residence permits and citizenship
  • Buying, selling and renting real estate abroad
  • Nuptial agreements abroad
  • Labour law and employment
  • Starting and doing business abroad
  • Individual taxation
  • Specificity of transactions with a foreign element
  • Judicial and out-of-court remedies for foreign dispute resolution
  • Establishing direct contacts with foreign lawyers and legal consultants for possible further legal support and advice
  • Research in topical areas of law and data collection opportunities for research projects
  • Introduction to national legal systems, various branches of law, litigation, enforcement and other aspects across different jurisdictions
  • Legal domains, procedures and mechanisms from the perspective of practicing foreign specialists
  • Identifying ways to build a legal career abroad
  • Establishing relationships with foreign experts — experienced lawyers, advocates and human rights defenders
  • Development of comparative legal analysis skills
  • LAWYERS, ATTORNEYS LEGAL CONSULTANTS

    LAWYERS, ATTORNEYS LEGAL CONSULTANTS

    • Different branches of foreign law, jurisdictional and enforcement specificities across various countries
    • International agreements: recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments, extradition, taxes, etc.
    • Legal procedures and transactions with a foreign element
    • Country-specific requirements for a (re-)qualification as a lawyer
    • Foreign dispute resolution: litigation and out-of-court remedies
    • Finding new colleagues for potential cooperation
  • BUSINESSPEOPLE & ENTERPRENEURS

    BUSINESSPEOPLE & ENTERPRENEURS

    • Understanding country-specific business and entrepreneurial basics abroad
    • Opening branches and representative offices of foreign companies
    • Investment and financing opportunities
    • Tax planning
    • Transactions with commercial real estate abroad
    • Judicial and out-of-court remedies for foreign dispute resolution
    • Protection of intellectual property and business reputation
    • Transactions with a foreign element
    • Establishing direct contacts with foreign lawyers and legal consultants for possible further legal support and advice
  • INTERESTED PRIVATE PERSONS

    INTERESTED PRIVATE PERSONS

    • Immigration, residence permits and citizenship
    • Buying, selling and renting real estate abroad
    • Nuptial agreements abroad
    • Labour law and employment
    • Starting and doing business abroad
    • Individual taxation
    • Specificity of transactions with a foreign element
    • Judicial and out-of-court remedies for foreign dispute resolution
    • Establishing direct contacts with foreign lawyers and legal consultants for possible further legal support and advice
  • LECTURERS & STUDENTS

    LECTURERS & STUDENTS

    • Research in topical areas of law and data collection opportunities for research projects
    • Introduction to national legal systems, various branches of law, litigation, enforcement and other aspects across different jurisdictions
    • Legal domains, procedures and mechanisms from the perspective of practicing foreign specialists
    • Identifying ways to build a legal career abroad
    • Establishing relationships with foreign experts — experienced lawyers, advocates and human rights defenders
    • Development of comparative legal analysis skills
  • GUERRA Federico

    GUERRA Federico

    Lawyer

    Rome, Italy

    Participant of CECJ seminars in: St. Petersburg, Moscow
    Rome and Istanbul

    The European Center for Legal Cooperation (CECJ) has become an integral part of the legal training arena for lawyers from all over the world and the “platform” where it is possible to exchange national and international professional experiences with colleagues. This continuous exchange of information and experiences between colleagues from different countries (both EU and non-EU) is an essential element for those who, like me, look abroad both to expand their clientele and to strengthen professional exchanges with colleagues having different cultural backgrounds. In a world where cross-border cases are increasingly frequent, the CECJ provides the most valid and current answers to many problems that this intense legal traffic constantly poses to the legal practitioners. Even those who work mostly in the national sphere alone can benefit from the courses and seminars offered by the CECJ, considering the ever-increasing ‘intrusiveness’ of international law within national systems.