WITH THE CECJ YOU VISIT

FOREIGN COURTS. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS. ARBITRATION CENTRES

In some CECJ programmes, participants learn about court rules and procedures in different countries, get the opportunity to attend an open hearing in a foreign court, accompanied by a court interpreter, and also meet with a judge

INTERNATIONAL COURTS:

International Criminal Court (ICC, The Hague), International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY, The Hague), International Court of Justice (ICJ, The Hague), European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg), Court of Arbitration for Sport (Lausanne), General Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU, Luxembourg)

ARGENTINA: Supreme Court of Argentina (Buenos Aires)

UNITED KINGDOM: Supreme Court of the UK (London), Royal Courts of London, Central Criminal Court of London (Old Bailey)

GERMANY: Court of General Jurisdiction (Frankfurt am Main)

ISRAEL: Tel Aviv City Court

SPAIN: Court of General Jurisdiction (Barcelona)

ITALY: Italian Supreme Court of Cassation (Rome), courts of general jurisdiction and courts of appeal of Milan, Rome, Venice, Bari, Bologna, administrative regional courts (TAR) of Lombardy and Lazio

MONACO: High Court of Monaco

UAE: Dubai International Financial Center Court

RUSSIA: Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation (St. Petersburg)

USA: US Supreme Court (Washington), Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York, Miami-Dade County Court, 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida Courts (Miami)

FRANCE: Administrative Court (Strasbourg), Tribunal of the Grand Instance (Strasbourg), Court of Appeal (Colmar), Tribunal of the Grand Instance (Nice)

SWITZERLAND: Tribunal of the Grand Instance (Geneva)

SWEDEN: Supreme Court of Sweden (Stockholm)

JAPAN: Supreme Court of Japan (Tokyo)

GENEVA : International Labour Organization, World Trade Organization, World Intellectual Property Organization, United Nations

NEW YORK : United Nations

NYON : Union of European Football Associations (UEFA)

PARIS : UNESCO

STRASBOURG : Council of Europe

THE HAGUE : Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, United Nations

ZURICH : International Football Federation (FIFA)

ARGENTINA: Buenos Aires

CHINA: Beijing, Shanghai

GERMANY: Frankfurt Am Main

HONG KONG

ISRAEL: Tel Aviv

ITALY: Bari, Bologna, Venice, Milan, Rome

MONACO:

SPAIN: Barcelona

UK: London

USA: New York, Los Angeles, Miami

TURKEY: Istanbul

FRANCE: Paris, Strasbourg, Nice

SWEDEN: Stockholm

JAPAN: Tokyo

HONG KONG: HKIAC
DUBAI: DIAC
LONDON: CIARb, LCIA
MILAN: CAM
PARIS: ICC

GENEVA: SCAI
STOKHOLM: SCC
SHANGHAI: SHIAC

  • FOREIGN 
COURTS

    FOREIGN
    COURTS

    INTERNATIONAL COURTS:

    International Criminal Court (ICC, The Hague), International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY, The Hague), International Court of Justice (ICJ, The Hague), European Court of Human Rights (Strasbourg), Court of Arbitration for Sport (Lausanne), General Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU, Luxembourg)

    ARGENTINA: Supreme Court of Argentina (Buenos Aires)

    UNITED KINGDOM: Supreme Court of the UK (London), Royal Courts of London, Central Criminal Court of London (Old Bailey)

    GERMANY: Court of General Jurisdiction (Frankfurt am Main)

    ISRAEL: Tel Aviv City Court

    SPAIN: Court of General Jurisdiction (Barcelona)

    ITALY: Italian Supreme Court of Cassation (Rome), courts of general jurisdiction and courts of appeal of Milan, Rome, Venice, Bari, Bologna, administrative regional courts (TAR) of Lombardy and Lazio

    MONACO: High Court of Monaco

    UAE: Dubai International Financial Center Court

    RUSSIA: Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation (St. Petersburg)

    USA: US Supreme Court (Washington), Federal District Court for the Southern District of New York, Miami-Dade County Court, 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida Courts (Miami)

    FRANCE: Administrative Court (Strasbourg), Tribunal of the Grand Instance (Strasbourg), Court of Appeal (Colmar), Tribunal of the Grand Instance (Nice)

    SWITZERLAND: Tribunal of the Grand Instance (Geneva)

    SWEDEN: Supreme Court of Sweden (Stockholm)

    JAPAN: Supreme Court of Japan (Tokyo)

  • INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

    INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

    GENEVA : International Labour Organization, World Trade Organization, World Intellectual Property Organization, United Nations

    NEW YORK : United Nations

    NYON : Union of European Football Associations (UEFA)

    PARIS : UNESCO

    STRASBOURG : Council of Europe

    THE HAGUE : Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, United Nations

    ZURICH : International Football Federation (FIFA)

  • BAR 
ASSOCIATIONS OF

    BAR
    ASSOCIATIONS OF

    ARGENTINA: Buenos Aires

    CHINA: Beijing, Shanghai

    GERMANY: Frankfurt Am Main

    HONG KONG

    ISRAEL: Tel Aviv

    ITALY: Bari, Bologna, Venice, Milan, Rome

    MONACO:

    SPAIN: Barcelona

    UK: London

    USA: New York, Los Angeles, Miami

    TURKEY: Istanbul

    FRANCE: Paris, Strasbourg, Nice

    SWEDEN: Stockholm

    JAPAN: Tokyo

  • INTERNATIONAL
ARBITRATION CENTRES

    INTERNATIONAL
    ARBITRATION CENTRES

    HONG KONG: HKIAC
    DUBAI: DIAC
    LONDON: CIARb, LCIA
    MILAN: CAM
    PARIS: ICC

    GENEVA: SCAI
    STOKHOLM: SCC
    SHANGHAI: SHIAC

  • Dmitry DUTOV

    DUTOV Dmitry

    Lawyers

    Moscow, Russia

    УЧАСТНИК СЕМИНАРОВ CECJ В: Miami and Strasbourg

    I am pleased to share my impressions of attending the CECJ seminar in Miami in November 2019. The event was of practical interest to me as in my work I often need to help clients who own businesses or real estate in Florida. So, I needed to identify competent colleagues, including Russian-speaking ones, with a lot of practical experience. At the seminar, I learned everything I needed and acquired a lot of other information about U.S. law and Florida law in particular, which might come in handy in the future.

    During the Speed Legal Networking event, I met with a few dozen US colleagues including business, real estate, criminal, banking, tax and family law lawyers. We also had a chance to visit the Court where we observed the personal injury case of a cruise liner passenger who had fallen from his chair and broken his leg after some cutlery and plates from the restaurant table had been tipped on him during rough seas. We observed arguments by the parties with the staging of this accident for the benefit of the judge so she could visualize the situation and understand what happened. While at the courthouse, we also visited the offices of the bailiffs, discussed their work with them, and were able to observe where defendants are held before they are called to the courtrooms.

    The Miami seminar was very professionally organized and had a clear program. I’d like to thank CECJ for their work and for the fact that the company doesn’t rest on its laurels but grows with each year, expanding its outreach and organizing such events for lawyers all over the world. I look forward to new CECJ events. These trips not only help me grow professionally, but are enjoyable too.