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26 November 2020

AIJA Commissions Month: AIJA scholar shares her experience

Alina Škiljić, a Croatian lawyer specialised in the areas of data and privacy protection, intellectual property, competition and corporate law, was granted a scholarship to attend the AIJA Commissions Month.

She shares her takeaways and deeper insights in the comprehensive article attached, where she details her impressions on the SCILL, T.R.A.D.E, Antitrust, IP/TMT, and Labour Law Commission Days.

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I had the privilege and opportunity to attend the AIJA Commissions Month, an exceptionally insightful and interesting online event organised by the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA), from 20 October to 20 November 2020.

The event was hosted by AIJA’s 21 Commissions and covered the majority of law practice areas and professional interests.

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24 November 2020

AIJA IP/TMT Commission report on technology measures in COVID-19 legislation

In times of COVID-19 we quickly noticed that we often asked each other: how is it in your country? Being lawyers the topic quickly turned legal.

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17 November 2020

Libya: outspoken Benghazi lawyer murdered

The AIJA Human Rights Committee shares with us the latest news on Libyan lawyer’s murder as well as a call to action by the Human Rights Watch.

Libya: outspoken Benghazi lawyer murdered

On 10 November, Hanan Al-Barassi, a Libyan human rights activist lawyer was killed in the city of Benghazi.

Eastern Libyan authorities should promptly investigate the apparent politically motivated killing of a lawyer.

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