The Legal Research Masters’ Conference Committee have announced that this year’s conference will be titled “The Climate of Law: Our changing world; changing our laws”, and will take place on the 17th of May at the Cervantes Institute in Utrecht.
The conference will explore how the changing climate is likely to affect the development of private, public, and international law in the coming decades. A wide variety of speakers from both academia and practice will address, from different perspectives, the conference’s main question: “how will climate change alter the legal landscape for future generations?”.
The conference is free to attend and open to students, academics and practitioners alike. The conference takes place on the 17th of May, from 12:00 to 18:00. For more information, as well as registration register, please take a look at the Legal Research Masters’ website and their Facebook page!
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