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The overall title of the scientific programme is Challenging the Transformations of Legal Departments and Key Industries.
There will be two academic sessions on the Commission Day – an interview and a keynote speech/Q&A session.
The first session (the interview) will focus on how in-house legal departments are considering their strategic role within the organization, and how they are managing the digital working environment and processes, including the cooperation with their legal service providers.
The second session (keynote speech/Q&A session) will take an in-depth look at the aviation industry and its legal and practical challenges, as well as key figures and developments, given the pandemic and the various restrictions imposed by it.
The program will also include a Commission meeting.
The In-house Counsel Commission Day will end with a virtual social gathering co-organized with the Real Estate Commission.
More information about the speakers and the schedule can be found under the programme section of this page
- Anda MIZE
- Jérôme DEBRAS
This event takes place during:
AIJA Commissions Month
20 October - 20 November 2020
Programme - In-house Counsel Commission Day
Welcome Address by the AIJA President François Barré
Moderator: Jérome Debras, LEGALiM
- Eric O’Donnell, Head of Legal Operations TOTAL GROUP
- Ramsey Saleeby, Associate General Counsel at the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC)
The second session will focus specifically on the aviation industry and its legal and practical challenges, as well as key figures and developments, given the pandemic and the various restrictions imposed by it on this industry.
This session will be followed by Q&A session – to allow the attendees to gain more insight on the industry and the future of commercial travel.
Moderator: Anda Mize, European Lingerie Group AB
Speaker: Imants Jansons. Senior Vice President Legal Affairs/General Counsel at airBaltic
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