Event Overview

AIJA is glad to welcome you from 13 to 16 November 2024 to the lovely city of Luxembourg, a modern, affluent European destination packed with culture, history, commerce and research, which sits at the heart of western Europe between France, Germany and Belgium. As a founding member and major legal and financial centre of the EU, the Grand Duchy despite its small size plays a key role in European integration and stands tall as a leading jurisdiction for Investment Funds, Corporate Structuring, International Tax Planning, Space Law, IP matters, and EU legislations implementation. With this in mind, the spotlight is on Luxembourg’s 2024 Half Year November Conference (HYC), where we delve into “Empowering Global Success: Unleashing the Potential of International Structures in a Heavily Regulated World.”

This conference will investigate how globalisation entices economic players and legal counsel to explore innovative solutions from foreign jurisdictions, like Luxembourg, capable of accommodating novel needs, as well as the surge of national, regional, and international regulations that reshape the private market and business models. In particular, this conference aims to investigate the impact of these burgeoning regulatory trends on the primary cross-border legal tools available to legal practitioners and businesses. The event ultimately aims to raise awareness among the AIJA community and ignite cooperation among legal professionals hailing from diverse jurisdictions, background and areas of expertise.

The HYC promises a dynamic and enriching platform for legal professionals. Here, attendees engage with cutting-edge legal content, explore the vast realm of opportunities in global corporate structuring, and confront the challenges posed by the surging tide of national regulations. This collaborative endeavour among international experts and practitioners seeks to equip participants with the knowledge and skills imperative for seizing opportunities and navigating the intricate regulatory landscape in an ever-changing global business milieu.

The Organising Committee will happily show you around lovely Luxembourg with its beautiful Old Town (UNESCO World Heritage site), modernity of its business centre, free transportation, vineyards and exciting hiking trails. You will also experience Luxembourg cuisine in the homes of local lawyers during the home hospitality dinners and get to go to very unique venues.

Fees & General Info

There are currently no registration fees available.

General terms and conditions

By registering you have to accept the general terms and conditions and accept that your registration is considered binding immediately, but participation to the event is possible only after full payment of the registration fee.

Please note that any arrangements related to the participation of the participant in an AIJA event, including but not limited to booking or cancellation of accommodation or flights, as well as respecting the cancellation deadlines indicated in the general terms and conditions, are the sole responsibility of the participant. AIJA shall not be held liable for any expenses the participant may suffer as the result of participant’s failure to comply with his/her obligations.

It is recommended for each participant to purchase a cancellation and travel insurance.

Please note that in-house counsel registrations are subject to review and confirmation by AIJA. AIJA considers in-house counsel professionals who hold a university degree in law allowing access to a bar association and practicing law as an in-house counsel in private, public, or non-profit companies, institutions or organisations. Please note that in-house counsel who are at the same time active as fee-earning lawyers or consultants are not eligible to the discounted in-house counsel fee.

Please read the general terms and conditions applicable for AIJA events.


If you are a lawyer under 35 years old and meet the requirements, apply to our Scholarship Programme for this event. You can check more details here.

Organising Committee

Charles DURO Duro & Partners (LUXEMBOURG)
Caroline FORT Arendt & Medernach S.A. (LUXEMBOURG)
Audrey JARRETON Loyens & Loeff Luxembourg SARL (LUXEMBOURG)
Mattia MORANI Elvinger Hoss Prussen (LUXEMBOURG)
Stéphanie ONEYSER Walder Wyss Ltd. (SWITZERLAND)
Philippe SYLVESTRE Brucher Thieltgen & Partners (LUXEMBOURG)
Marjolein VAN REST BarentsKrans Coöperatief U.A. (NETHERLANDS)


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Personal Protection

The personal data that you communicate to us shall be processed by the Iternational Association Of Young Lawyers (AIJA), with its registered office at Avenue de Tervueren 231, 1150 Brussels, Belgium (Tel: +32 2 347 33 34 - office@aija.com), in accordance with Act No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data, files and freedoms and Regulation No. 2016/679 on data protection, as of its entry into force on May 25, 2018.

Your data will be managed by AIJA's General Services, Events and Accounts Section:

  • For the purpose of administering your registration for the event and your on-site access to the event;
  • In order to pay for the selected services - your bank details will be deleted after receipt of your payment;
  • In order to communicate information messages from AIJA.

To the extent necessary for the execution of their respective tasks, our subcontractors in charge of our seminar organisation, our IT infrastructure, our management, the production and maintenance of our website and extranet, are likely to gain access to your data from time to time. Their servers are located in the European Union.

Data relating to your participation in the event shall be stored for a period of 10 years. We are obliged to archive billing data until the end of the period required for our tax and accounting obligations, i.e. for 7 full tax years.

We shall store your contact information to keep you informed until you ask us to stop. You have the right to access your data and have it corrected if necessary.