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CERHA HEMPEL Breakfast Academy

As part of the "Breakfast Academy" lecture series, CERHA HEMPEL invites you to attend a monthly lecture on a topic relevant to your work and ongoing legal training, followed by a discussion.

As part of the "Breakfast Academy" lecture series, CERHA HEMPEL invites you to attend a monthly lecture on a topic relevant to your work and ongoing legal training, followed by a discussion. The lecture series is aimed primarily at our associates, but all other interested parties – including external participants – are welcome to attend. The speakers are members drawn from our own ranks who provide in-depth specialist knowledge in their respective areas of expertise and who have a wealth of legal experience from a wide range of areas of commercial law.

 

Upcoming dates:

18/03/2024 Tips and tricks for contract drafting
Dr. Holger Bielesz, LL.M.

24/04/2024 Termination and contesting termination/dismissal
Mag. Christopher Peitsch

 

Each lecture starts at 9:00 am (lasting approx. 1 to 1.5 hours) and is held in our Bel Etage at Luegerplatz. You will receive an email containing all the details together with your confirmation of registration.
We have made every effort to design the lecture series in such a way that each lecture can be recognized as a training event as per the guidelines for the vocational education of trainee lawyers (cumulation of lectures of one half-day each). Each participant is responsible for applying to the Vienna Bar Association for approval and recognition of the lecture; needless to say, you will receive confirmation of participation and seminar documents (presentations) from us.

All upcoming dates and topics will be published on this page on an ongoing basis. Participation is free of charge. You can register by sending an email to golegal@cerhahempel.com up to one week before the respective date of the lecture. Please note that there are a limited number of places available and they will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.