Warsaw is the place where coexistence of 3 ages can be discovered. Wandering the streets of the Old Town, we are amazed by the classical architecture. Going down Świętokrzyska Street cold, socialist realism surrounds us and the whole city is suffused with the glow of skyscrapers’ lights. That is why the city in the Central Europe, influenced by various cultures, is the perfect place to compare different legal systems.
As European Law Students’ Association – ELSA Warszawa, we have decided to organise for the fourth time the International Conference on Comparative Law. It will take place on 15-16 March 2019 in Warsaw. The conference will be dedicated to banking law and sharing economy.
Conference will connect both – theoretical and practical issues. On 15th March it will consist of lectures which will be divided into two separate panels, during which high-class specialists will compare different jurisdictions. On 16th March our attention will be focused on developing practical skills. During two sessions of workshops participants will have opportunity to deepen their knowledge from the previous day.