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On 11 and 12 May 2006, the European Institute of Public Administration - the European Centre for Judges and Lawyers - is organising a seminar in Luxembourg entitled 'Latest Developments in European Family and Succession Law'. The seminar will provide a forum for discussion where expert speakers as well as members of the audience will be able to discuss and share experience in order to assess the current state of family and succession law in Europe. The seminar is intended for legal professionals, such as judges and lawyers, national and EU officials, representatives of non governmental organisations and family law associations, academics and others. The working languages of the seminar will be French and English, and simultaneous interpretation between the two languages will be provided. Further information contact Ms Stéphanie Boudot-Commodi, email s.boudot@eipa.net or see www.eipa.nl (Training and Research/Conferences and seminars). See May [2006] Fam Law 413 for the full news article.

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