Event Overview

At the height of the Vienna ball season, the Lawyers' Ball (Juristenball) is celebrated at Vienna's famous imperial palace (Hofburg).

It has become a tradition that AIJA members and friends visit this unique event together and enjoy a night of splendour, music and dance. All AIJA members (and of course also former members!) are welcome to join us and to bring their partners and friends along.

For those worried about their dancing skills, we will organise a dance class in the afternoon before the ball. Join us and you will see that learning the most important dances to prepare for the ball can be great fun. But even if you are not that much into dancing it is worth visiting this unique event to enjoy the imperial setting and the orchestras and bands playing in the magnificent ballrooms.

How to join us

The ticket sale will open in October 2023. You will be able to book your ticket(s) for the ball, as well as seats and tables directly on the ball website. We will provide the relevant links as soon as the ticket sale is open.

We will also organise a dance class to be held on the day of the ball (10 February 2024) in the afternoon.

In the evening, we will meet for pre-ball drinks and walk to the venue of the ball together.

We will keep you updated!

In the meantime, if you have any questions or already want to confirm your attendance, please send an e-mail to Clara Gordon.

Note: While former AIJA members are explicitly invited to join and all current and former AIJA members are invited to bring partners and friends along, this event is not intended for participants with no connection to or interest in AIJA.


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 read the general terms and conditions applicable for AIJA events.

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.