Event Overview

Step into the innovative heart of the Baltics by joining us in Tallinn, Estonia, for a joint seminar of the M&A and the Environmental and Energy Law Commissions on Sustainable Venture Capital. Estonia, along with its Baltic neighbours Latvia and Lithuania, forms a dynamic hub that has become a powerhouse in the European startup and venture capital arena.

The seminar will delve into the complexities of sustainable venture capital, focusing on the convergence of investment success with environmental stewardship and social responsibility. Notably, climate friendly start-up companies are at the heart of many of the most exciting developments and are leading the energy transition.

We will also examine how jurisdictions like the Baltics have developed their legal and business landscapes to foster a thriving startup environment. We'll discuss what other regions can learn from innovations in creating and sustaining a robust venture ecosystem. Finally, acknowledging that inclusion and diversity are critical to fostering innovation, our discussions will explore legal frameworks and practices that can support broader inclusion and create diverse teams.

In between our panels, take a stroll through the cobblestone streets of Tallinn's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and marvel at the medieval architecture that tells tales of centuries past. And for those who can extend their stay until Sunday, an add-on weekend programme will be provided. We encourage everyone to make to most out of the phenomenon of the white nights around the summer solstice, when the sky stays luminously awake, bathing the city in a magical twilight that lasts all night.

Don't miss this opportunity to engage with the venture world in amazing Tallinn - the OC is looking forward to welcoming you!

AIJA Commissions involved
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Environmental and Energy Law

Fees & General Info

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Organising Committee

Rūta ARMONė Law firm Ellex Valiūnas ir partneriai (LITHUANIA)
Marcel JAKOB Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd (SWITZERLAND)
Sander KÄRSON Advokaadibüroo TGS Baltic AS (ESTONIA)
Michelle WIKI Wenger Vieli AG (SWITZERLAND)


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