November 5, 2014 - Colloquium

Accord économique et commercial global et défis mondiaux du libre-échange

To celebrate the official launching of the Observatoire de l'intégration économique, the Centre de droit des affaires et du commerce international (CDACI) of the Université de Montréal (UdeM), in collaboration with the EUCE and with the CÉRIUM, organizes a conference on the challenges of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade agreement between canada and the European Union.

The conference is organized by Hervé Prince, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Law, UdeM, and associate researcher at the EUCE, and it gathers several panellists:

Pierre Marc Johnson, former Prime Minnister of Quebec and CETA chief negotiator for the government of Quebec
Stéphane Rousseau, Faculty of Law, UdeM
Hervé Prince, Faculty of Law, UdeM
Matthew Happhold, Faculty of Law, Université du Luxembourg
Ari Van Assche, HEC Montreal
Roberto Rios Herran, World Trade Institute, Berne
Dan Kraft, CDACI, UdeM

Click here for the full programme.

To learn more about the Observatoire de l'intégration économique, please visit their website or have a look at the following document.

The conference is free and will be followed by a cocktail. Mandatory registration, in advance, on the following page.

When?
2:45-6:00pm

Where?
Université de Montréal
Faculty of Law
Pavillon Maximilien-Caron
Room François Chevrette

 

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