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You are cordially invited to Part II of the very first National Conference on Language Rights in Prosecutions on October 27 and 28, 2021 from 13:00 to 16:00 (EDT) at each of the two sessions.
Important: the two sessions of Part I of the Conference took place on September 28 and 29, 2021 and were taken out of the Programme.
Participants who were registered for the September 28 and 29 sessions – just like those who were not — can still register for both the October 27 and 28 sessions or only one of them. Participants who have already received confirmation of their registration from Alison Williams for both sessions of October 27 and 28 of the Conference do not need to register again. To register for the October 27 and 28 sessions of Part II of the Conference, please communicate at latest by October 20 with Alison Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is free, simultaneous interpretation will be provided and there are close to 1,000 virtual places available for each of the two dates. When registering, please mention if you will attend one or two days. This activity is accredited for 6 CPD hours including 1.0 Ethics Hour.