AIJA introduces a new series of online networking events titled “AIJA Learn & Network”, and organised in partnership with other international lawyers’ associations.
The first AIJA Learn & Network event is with UIA, the International Association of Lawyers, on Thursday, 25 March, from 14:00 to 15:30 CET.
We will kick off with a short introduction and welcome from the Presidents of the two associations, Jorge Martí Moreno (UIA) and François Barré (AIJA), and the UIA Young Lawyers Subcommittee President Flora Harragin. This will be followed by a keynote address on on how innovation and tech can help lawyers to be more client-centered in difficult times. The event will close with a social activity on a different platform especially designed for networking where you can move around your avatar to interact with others and join different conversations.
Marc Mossé, Senior Director Government Affairs, Assistant General Counsel for Microsoft Europe, is the keynote guest speaker this month. He will share his views on how innovation and tech can help lawyers to be more client-centered in times of crisis.
Currently, Marc is also a Visiting Professor at the University of Aix-Marseille (Institute of Business Law) and teaches at Science Po. In addition, he is the President of the French In-House Counsel Association (AFJE) and a member of the Conseil National du Droit, and Deputy Mayor of Meudon in charge of innovation, smart city and European Affairs.
Previously, he was the Secretary of the Conference of Lawyers at the Council of State and the Court of Cassation and the Director of Legal and Public Affairs for Microsoft France. Marc holds a DEA in public law and a DEA in European law from the Universities of Paris V and Paris I.
How to join
This is a free event for AIJA members. To join, please register here.
The AIJA Learn & Network events are scheduled once every month, from March to July. The next one is with ABA-SIL on 21 April, from 18:00 to 19:30 CET.
Fees & General InfoThere are currently no registration fees available.
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