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UCLan Cyprus School of Law to Host Annual Lecture and Dinner

UCLan Cyprus School of Law to Host Annual Lecture and Dinner

UCLan Cyprus School of Law will be hosting its annual lecture and dinner on Friday, February 22 at Cleopatra Hotel in Nicosia at 6pm.

The lecture is entitled ‘Limits to National Sovereignty and New Possibilities for EU Citizens: The Role of the Court of Justice of the EU’ and will host the Honourable Judge of the Court of Justice of the European Union, Dr. Constantinos Lycourgos, as the guest speaker.

UCLan Cyprus through its School of Law is a provider of CPD programmes for lawyers in Cyprus, accredited by the Cyprus Bar Association.

1 CPD hour certified by the Cyprus Bar Association

This event is dedicated to the maintenance of the hardship fund for students at the UCLan Cyprus School of Law in need of financial support. Donations will be most welcome and may be made via bank transfer to UCLan Cyprus (as per the bank details below) or by cash or cheque on the night of the event. A receipt will be issued to all donors.

Tickets for the dinner (three course meal with wines) are for sale at 40 euros per person from 4 February to 19 February 2018.

A limited number of tickets will also be on sale at the door.

For ticket bookings, please contact LawSchoolDinner@uclancyprus.ac.cy or call 24 69 4008.

Bank account at Hellenic Bank Ltd / Cyprus Cooperative Bank
Account Name: UCLan Cyprus Ltd
IBAN: CY89 0070 4430 0000 0000 4005 5808
Swift Address: CCBKCY2N
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