CLDP, in partnership with the Georgian Lawyers for Independent Profession (GLIP), will host a second two-day workshop in Tbilisi, Georgia on salient topics focused on the formation of international sales contracts February 6-7, 2014.
CLDP, in partnership with the Kosovo Judicial Institute (KJI), will conduct a judicial training in New York, NY on January 27-31, 2014 for a delegation of eight Kosovar judges on international commercial disputes and bankruptcy.
As part a new area of programming, CLDP will conduct the first of a series of workshops on Customs Valuation and Classification in collaboration with the State Revenue Committee of Armenia (SRC), in Yerevan, Armenia, on December 17-20, 2013.
CLDP and the Iraqi Higher Judicial Council will organize a four-day workshop for 20 Iraqi judges on the role of courts in enforcing arbitration agreements and awards involving investment disputes. In response to an increase in foreign investment in Iraq, the Iraqi judiciary seeks to train its judges on how to adjudicate cases involving arbitration in investment contracts utilizing international best practices and in compliance with Iraq's international legal obligations.
As part of CLDP’s continuous capacity building program on Commercial Diplomacy and World Trade for Georgia, the second in a series of WTO capacity building workshops will be held in Tbilisi, Georgia from December 16-19, in partnership with the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development (MOESD).
CLDP attorneys and legal experts from George Mason University Law School will conduct a training program for Kabul University (KU) Willem C Vis International Arbitration Competition Moot (Vis Moot) team in Islamabad, Pakistan, on December 11-13.
CLDP will help support the development of intellectual property as a tool to accelerate knowledge-based economic development in Armenia through a technical assistance program and an assessment trip to take place December 9-12, 2013 in Yerevan, Armenia. Professors and IP specialists from the University of New Hampshire School of Law will travel to Armenia to spend a week training professors and faculty members from the American University of Armenia and law schools in Armenia in the development of intellectual property curriculum, intellectual property instruction, and the creation of an intellectual property legal clinic.