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Guest Lectures Series in Private International Law

The School of Law of UCLan Cyprus in association with the EU funded project EN4s present a series of Guest Lectures in Private International Law.

CPD
Participation may contribute to the CPD of members of the legal profession in England and Wales, the Republic of Cyprus and internationally. UCLan Cyprus, through its School of Law, is an accredited provider of CPD programmes under the relevant Cyprus Bar Association scheme. At the end of each Guest Lecture, the participation of lawyers practising in the Republic of Cyprus will be certified in accordance with the CPD requirements of the Cyprus Bar Association. For the participation of any lawyer to be certified in this way, he or she must attend the whole of the Guest Lecture. Within a few working days of the Guest Lecture, other participants will receive, by email, an electronic Certificate of Participation upon request.


EU funded project
The School of Law of the University of Central Lancashire Cyprus is the proud Cyprus partner in the European Union funded project EN4s examining the ‘Diversity of Enforcement Titles in cross-border Debt Collection in EU’ coordinated by the Faculty of Law of the University of Maribor in Slovenia (JUST-AG 2018/JUST-JCOO-AG-2018).

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NOTICE
Each Guest Lecture will be recorded and disseminated publicly subject to the Policies of UCLan Cyprus, including its Privacy and GDPR Policy available at https://www.uclancyprus.ac.cy/data-protection-policy/. Consent from participants will be sought. In each Guest Lecture, each speaker and other participant will take part for educational purposes in an educational setting. Accordingly, what each participant will provide verbally, electronically or otherwise must not be accepted or interpreted as either legal advice or any other form of advice.