Lex Anglo-Brasil and the Embassy of Brazil in London have the pleasure of inviting you to an event on 3 October 2017, kindly hosted by the Embassy, to promote our association and discuss the development of bilateral and multilateral relationships in the legal sector.
The event shall be opened by the Brazilian Ambassador, Eduardo dos Santos, and followed by presentations from Lex office holders. The event will be attended by office holders of the Bar Council of England and Wales, the Law Society of England and Wales, the Federal Counsel of the Ordem dos Advogados of Brazil and the International Bar Association.
The event shall take from 6pm - 9pm. For registration please visit this link.
On the occasion of the Opening of the Legal Year in England and Wales, we have the pleasure of inviting our members and their guests to our Fifth Annual Dinner.
The event shall take place at from 7pm at the Law Society of England and Wales. Following a drinks reception, a three course dinner shall be served at 8pm. Dinner shall be followed by coffee.
Please ensure that if you are buying the tickets, you are a member of Lex Anglo-Brasil. Members can purchase tickets for them and their guests. Tickets cost £125 per person. Ticket prices include food and drink, and are calculated at cost to us.
Hardwicke and Lex Anglo-Brasil are delighted to invite you to the first of three breakfast roundtable discussions on Civil vs. Common Law Arbitrations arising out of the Latin American markets.
The round table is hosted by Frederico Singarajah and shall be chaired by Constantine Partasides QC, Lord Goldsmith QC and Gary Born, respectively. We aim to raise and discuss issues surrounding international arbitrations where English and Latin American parties meet as lawyers conducting the case, counsel acting as advocates and arbitrators sitting alone or on a panel.
The first session on 24th May 2017 will deal with cross-examination of witnesses.
To register your interest in the two following roundtable discussions on 12th and 19th July, please e-mail email@example.com.
United Purpose, a UK charity working closely with projects in Brazil is running an excellent seminar at:
King's College London on Monday 27 March 5.30-8.30pm.
Keynote speaker Eduardo Varandas, Federal Prosecutor of the Brazilian Labour Prosecution Office, will explain how he used class actions to prosecute those guilty of sexually exploiting minors. He was also successful in using the compensation payments ordered to prevent future abuse by directing them towards community projects and education. This groundbreaking case, which involved politicians, governors and other ‘pillars of the community’, is fascinating from both a legal and social standpoint. Eduardo is now exploring how to use these ideas to protect other vulnerable children across international jurisdictions.
This event, supported by Lex Anglo-Brasil and the KCL Brazil Institute is not to be missed! Reg...
Jonathan Lux, counsel at St Philips Stone Chambers shall be speaking on “Achieving an Early Resolution" and Paul Randolph, counsel at Field Court Chambers shall be delivering his talk on “Understanding your Client’s Brain in Media on and Negotiation: An insight into the psychology of disputes”.
This event, kindly hosted by the Bar Council of England and Wales, shall take place on Thursday 1 December 2016, from 6 - 7.30pm in the Oak Room of the Bar Council.
For registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.