We are delighted to invite you to our Summer Drinks Party on 14 July at The Fence in Farringdon (67-69 Cowcross St, London EC1M 6BP). Numbers are limited, so please email the DELF Administrator if you would like to attend.
Please join us on 7 April at 6pm at Kingsley Napley or remotely for a fascinating seminar and discussion on the future of Russia’s involvement in the international community, the Ukraine Justice Alliance and the practicalities and ethics involved in representing those subject to, or at risk of, sanctions. We are fortunate to have the following panel, chaired by Áine Kervick, Senior Associate at Kingsley Napley:
Mr. Sergey Golubok – Prominent lawyer and human rights defender, frequently against the Russian Federation
Dr Anna Bradshaw – Partner at Peters & Peters and a co-editor of The Guide to Sanctions
Mr. Ben Brandon – Partner & Barrister at Mischon de Reya, member of the Ukraine Justice Alliance.
There will be a drinks reception after the talk, so we invite as many members as possible to attend in person. Please RSVP to DELF at firstname.lastname@example.org, and indicate whether you are attending in person or remotely.
Details of our popular Dinner can be found here. This year, all available tables had been reserved in under 15 minutes. However, tables were held back for those who wish to buy individual seats.
Individual tickets will go on sale on Wednesday 20 April at 10am – please send an email to email@example.com, specifying how many seats you would like (at £100 a ticket). Confirmation and invoices will be issued on Thursday 21 April, and payment is due by 29 April.
Numbers are limited and tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Please ensure that your membership is up to date so that you can buy tickets.
Please join us at 8:30am on Wednesday 2 March 2022, for a breakfast Zoom meeting to discuss the Russian Federation’s invasion of Ukraine and how DELF should respond. We will look to discuss what, if anything, DELF should be doing to support practitioners in the Ukraine, whether DELF should be involved in any representations to the Government concerning extradition arrangements with Russia and Belarus and any other ideas members might have as to the steps DELF can and should take.
For your information, please see the ECBA’s statement that it has released and its e-mail to its members.
All views will be welcome and Chatham House Rules will apply.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be sent the link.
DELF is delighted to announce that our next education event of the year will be held on 12 May 2022 at Matrix. Members are invited to join our panellists Rebecca Niblock, Ed Grange and Stefan Hyman in interactive group sessions where we will discuss emerging trends in Part 1 cases post-TCA. Full details will be circulated in due course. Please email the DELF Administrator if you would like to attend. This is an event for members only so please don’t forget to renew your membership if you haven’t already done so.