Lawyers for Lawyers Seminar
12 May 2015

Lawyers for Lawyers Seminar

L4L invites you to the seminar:

“Lawyers are not their clients”


Presentation of the L4L-Award 2015

It is the 25th anniversary of the Basic Principles on the Role of Lawyers and L4L is organizing the seminar ‘Lawyers are not their clients’ in celebration of this. Lawyers from Cameroon, the Netherlands, Turkey and Colombia will be guestspeakers on the event. Furthermore, Professor Cees Flinterman, former Human Rights Committee member, will deliver the key-note speech. You are cordially invited to this event!

Please register here. Click here for a detailed program.

Date:          29 May 2015
Time:          13:00 – 17.40
Venue:       NautaDutilh, Strawinskylaan 1999, Amsterdam

Award ceremony 2015

The Lawyers for Lawyers Award will be awarded to a lawyer who works to promote the rule of law and human rights in an exceptional way and whose rights have been violated as a result. Jorge Molano, a Colombian Human Rights Lawyer, is selected to receive the Lawyers for Lawyers Award 2015.

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