International Summer School “Law and Bilateral Trade: North America - Europe” at starting point

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From 28 May to 1 June will be held in Montréal the third edition of the Summer School in Droit et commerce bilatérale: Amérique du Nord Europe/Law and Bilateral Trade: North America-Europe organized in cooperation between the Université de Montréal and the l’Università degli Studi di Milano.

Aimed at students, in particular of Law, Political Sciences, Economics and International Studies, and professionals, the Summer School has been an intensive training event since 2016, with a program that changes every year on issues related to commercial policy international: the relations between the European Union and North America, the commercial agreements in execution, such as the CETA (Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement), or potentially in negotiation, such as the TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership).

This International Summer School is held alternately in Montreal and Milan and is co-directed for the Université de Montréal by professors Hervé A. Prince and Nanette Neuwahl, for the Università degli Studi di Milano, by professors Lucia Bellucci and Gian Luigi Gatta.

In the thematic sessions in which the 2018 edition is organized, from the Universities of Milan, Montreal, Laval, Bordeaux, Besançon and Paris will participate, some of which have already taught in previous editions of the Summer School: Francesca Arnaboldi, Angelica Bonfanti, Francesco Delfini, Ysolde Gendreau, Loic Grard, Véronique Guèvremont, Albert Henke, Francesca Romanin Jacur, Leila Lankarani, Amissi Manirabona, Richard Ouellet, Stéphane Rousseau e Martine Valois.

As in previous editions, Nctm Studio Legale, one of the leading independent Italian law firms, will participate at the event to give a professional and educational contribution to young students through their experience gained in the field of international trade. Among the speakers will also be present this year the Nctm Partners who have also participated in the past at the Summer School: Paolo Quattrocchi, an expert in corporate and commercial law, with particular attention to the internationalization of business, and director of the Centro Studi Italia Canada and vice-president of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada West, and Bernard O'Connor, an expert in Community trade law, WTO and intellectual property.

For the Summer School, which takes place under the High Patronage of the Canadian Embassy in Italy, the two partner universities have been awarded the prestigious Venice Prize of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Canada.

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