Saturday, November 13, 2010

ICLN Annual Conference

Date: 07 December 2010
Time: 08:30 - 17:15
Organiser: International Criminal Law Network (ICLN)
Venue: Koninklijke Schouwburg, Korte Voorhout 3, 2511 CW, The Hague
On 7 December 2010 the International Criminal Law Network (ICLN)
will hold its 9th Annual Conference. The subject of the Conference will be:

Making European Criminal Justice work: Assessments and Perspectives one 
year after the Lisbon Treaty
The purpose of the Conference is to assess the changes between
national autonomy and European unity that have been experienced
 following the coming into force of the Lisbon Treaty on 1 Decembe
r 2009. Prominent issues which have surfaced since the advent of
 the Lisbon Treaty will be examined, as well as the impact of the
 Treaty on European criminal justice. An expert panel of academics,
 leading practitioners and policymakers will provide insight into the
 various issues to be addressed.
The Conference aims to target state officials, legal professionals,
 policymakers, strategists and analysts, representatives of law
 enforcement and judicial systems, academics, as well as national
and international experts in the area of EU criminal justice.
For more information, including information concerning the Conference
 sessions, please see the Conference brochurehere.
All persons wishing to participate in the Conference must register in
advance on the ICLN website (www.icln.net). The registration fee for
 participation in the conference is € 250,- for ICLN members, while for
 non- ICLN members the fee is € 295,-. I.A.P. members enjoy the
 discounted rate of € 275,-. The fee includes admittance to the
 conference, the reception as well as extended conference
 documentation, lunch and refreshments.
For more information concerning logistical and organizational matters,
 please contact Ms. Esther van Meer (e.vanmeer@science-alliance.nl)
 and for information concerning programming and content, please contact Ms.
 Dorien Patberg (d.patberg@icln.net).

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