When in Rome
Join us at 57th International Young Lawyers’ Congress by AIJA
On 3-7 September 2019 in Rome AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers) is holding its 57th annual International Young Lawyers’ Congress. This is a special meeting during which lawyers from around the world can participate in specialist workshops on various legal issues run by the best specialists and practitioners. This year’s congress focuses on issues concerning sustainable development in light of globalisation and digitalisation.
On the second day of the Congress, Katarzyna Kuźma, Partner in DZP’s Infrastructure & Energy Practice, together with other members of the AIJA Transport Law Committee and the Antitrust Law Committee, will run a workshop entitled “Cities of the future: Local sustainable development in a global competitive environment”. During the session, the discussion will cover topics such as green procurement and the development of efficient and sustainable public transport systems.
Workshop programme: https://rome.aija.org/programme-cities-future-workshop/
The registration form and Congress programme can be found on the organiser’s website: https://rome.aija.org/
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