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SCUPAD Congress 2004: The Open City: Its Allies and Enemies 
LAWSS-Legal Alumni Web of the Salzburg Seminar: European Law and Legal Institutions
04 Jul - 08 Jul, 2004
 Salzburg Seminar American Studies Alumni Association: America in Our Time

Faculty:
Vijay Sharma (Chair) - Vijay Kumar Sharma (Chair) is the senior partner of Arlingtons Sharmas Solicitors in London. The firm's areas of expertise include civil litigation, corporate commercial law, probate, property, employment ...
Heinz Christian Hafke - Heinz Christian Hafke, is a lawyer in Frankfurt and honorary professor at the Europa Institute of the University of Saarland, Saarbrücken. Dr. Hafke is the former director of the Legal Department of the ...
Anthony Kennedy - Anthony Kennedy was nominated by President Reagan as associate justice of the United States Supreme Court, and took the oath of office on February 18, 1988. Prior to his appointment to the Bench, Justice ...
Václav Klaus - Václav Klaus is president of the Czech Republic, an office he as held since 2003. He previously served as the president of the Parliament/Chamber of Deputies and from 1992 to 1997 was prime minister ...
Jan Kohout - Jan Kohout is ambassador and permanent representative of the Czech Republic to the European Union. He began his career as a researcher at the Institute of International Relations in Prague. From 1993 ...
Klaus Liebscher - Klaus Liebscher is governor of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank (OeNB). Since the foundation of the European Central Bank in June, 1998, Dr. Liebscher has been an independent member both of the ECB Governing ...
Michael Niejahr - Michael Niejahr is a member of the Legal Service for the European Commission, Brussels, Belgium and a former official at the European Commission's Directorate-General for Transport, responsible for the ...

Abstract:
The 2004 LAWSS symposium will focus on the practical implications of the European Union's new Constitution and the expansion of the legal and financial sectors. A number of prominent speakers will review the impact of the Constitution and the expansion of the EU on current and future member countries, the role of the European Central Bank, and jurisdictional issues regarding EU legislation procedures and legal frameworks.

The Symposium is open to all the Salzburg Seminar alumni and young professionals of exceptional promise interested in law on a space available basis. Alumni are welcome to bring guests. The program will include plenary presentations, discussion and working groups. In addition, events include a concert, barbeque, receptions, a gala dinner and a lake-tour.

NOTE: This session may be taken for continuing legal education (CLE) credit. Offered in association with the Center for International Legal Studies (CILS), professional development credit may be earned for the Law Society of England and Wales and the General Bar Council of the United Kingdom, for the Netherlands Bar, and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Bar.

Under reciprocity arrangements with California and New York, lawyers from the following jurisdictions may qualify for CLE credits: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington State, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

There is an additional fee of EUR170 to register for CLE credit. Payment Information The fee for this symposium is EUR 1000 for a single and EUR1500 for a couple. If you and two colleagues register, the fee will be discounted to EUR 900 for a single and EUR1350 for a double; same for paying fee till 31. January 2004. The fee includes room and board for four nights, tuition, lake-tour, fees and social events. Bank Transfer: (Bankhaus Carl Spängler & Co., Salzburg, Account No.:AT 401953000100180942 BIC SPAET2S UID-No.: ATU33978602 Credit cards are also accepted. Children under 12 are free.

Spaces are limited and reservations will be confirmed in the order in which they are received. For further information, contact the alumni office (alumni@salzburgseminar.org)

Session Faculty

Anthony Kennedy
 
Klaus Liebscher

 


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