The past year has been incredibly tumultuous, having reset the international stage and delivering incredibly unexpected political outcomes. From an international legal perspective, while events such as Brexit, Donald Trump’s election, and the crisis in Syria have undoubtedly raised important legal questions and will likely change international law in the future, there have been numerous other significant developments.
The road to European Union membership is notoriously long and difficult; its conditions are many and, if successful, its speedy rewards scarce. Few nations are more familiar with this truth than Turkey.
On 17 September 2015, the French Australian Lawyers Society will hold a seminar on European Wine Law and Regulation and Australian Implications with the Hellenic Australian Lawyers Association and the Italian Australian Lawyers Association.
The speakers are: Dr Matt Harvey, Senior Lecturer in Law at Victoria University, and Stephen Stern, Senior Partner at Corrs Chambers Westgarth.
The event will be held at the RACV Club, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne, and includes dinner and drinks at a cost of $110 per head.
Registrations may be made here and close 13 September 2015.