The John Marshall Law School Center for International Law Presents “Recent Developments in EU Law: What Lawyers Need to Know”

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Changes to European Union (EU) law imply differences that international lawyers should consider. The John Marshall Law School Center for International Law in Chicago explores these implications in an afternoon conference, “Recent Developments in EU Law: What Lawyers Need to Know,” on April 16, 2013.

Changes to European Union (EU) law imply differences that international lawyers should consider. The John Marshall Law School Center for International Law in Chicago explores these implications in an afternoon conference, “Recent Developments in EU Law: What Lawyers Need to Know,” on April 16, 2013.

Attorneys and law students to examine the latest developments in EU law and what practitioners should consider at the noon to 4 p.m. program. Discussions will include the impact of subsidiarity in the EU, developments in private international law and developments in EU anti-bribery conventions.

Program presenters are Professor Guy Scoffoni of Aix Marsielle University in France; André Fiebig or Baker & McKenzie; Joel Webber of Couri & Couri; Louise Arsenault, senior counsel of Accenture; Stuart H. Deming of Deming PLLC; Lynne R. Ostfeld of the Law Offices of Lynne Ostfeld, PC; William M. Hannay of Schiff Hardin; Professors Paul B. Lewis and Steven D. Schwinn of The John Marshall Law School.

Registration is $50. Registrations are being accepted through April 9 at events.jmls.edu. Attorneys can earn approximately three hours of CLE for this program, including one hour of ethics credit.

About The John Marshall Law School

The John Marshall Law School, founded in 1899, is an independent law school located in the heart of Chicago’s legal, financial and commercial districts. Through classes, clinics and special programs, students develop the strategic, analytical and transactional lawyering skills that are so valuable to employers. Its excellent curriculum, coupled with outstanding skills and experiential learning, help make John Marshall graduates practice-ready from day one. For practicing attorneys, John Marshall offers nine LLM degrees, more than any other law school in the Midwest. John Marshall is also a leader in providing distance education options in intellectual property, estate planning and employee benefits at the advanced graduate degree level. John Marshall offers six clinical experiences, including the nationally recognized Veterans Legal Support Center & Clinic and the Fair Housing Legal Clinic. U.S. News & World Report’s America’s Best Graduate Schools 2014 edition ranks John Marshall’s Lawyering Skills Program second and its Intellectual Property Law program 12th in the nation.

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