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Apr

06

Thursday

The Cross-Border Corporate Insolvency & Commercial Law Research Group Conference and Symposium 2017

9.00am

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The Inaugural Cross-Border Corporate Insolvency & Commercial Law Research Group (CI&CL) Conference and Symposium will take place on the premises of City, University of London on 6 April 2017, with support from Thomson Reuters.

It brings together senior and promising junior scholars. The latter will benefit from presenting their work in a friendly but highly specialized environment, and receive feedback from prominent practitioners and scholars in the field of corporate insolvency law.

The event is structured as follow:

  1. Senior Scholars’ Session, where scholars and practitioners will have a 30’ time slot to present their papers on current issues in corporate insolvency law at national, European and international level;
  2. Young Scholars’ Session, where young researchers, PhD Candidates and postgraduate students will have the opportunity to present their work for 15’, followed by a Q&A discussion;
  3. Insolvency Symposium, where the contributors from 36 countries to a study coordinated by the CI&CL Research Group will present the conclusions of their research.

The event aims to promote fruitful research collaboration between its participants and to encourage their integration in a community of legal scholars.

For further information on the programme, venue and/or accommodation facilities please visit the CI&CL webpage, or directly contact the event organiser, Mr Eugenio Vaccari.

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9.00am - 6.00pmThursday 6th April 2017

The Northampton Suite City, University of London Northampton Square London EC1V 0HB United Kingdom

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City, University of London

Northampton Square

London EC1V 0HB

United Kingdom

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