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We are pleased to announce that our 2018 Conference will take place in London, in the premises of City, University of London on 27 April 2018.

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The Cross-Border Corporate Insolvency and Commercial Law Research Group [CI&CL], at City University of London is pleased to announce:

THE 2nd CROSS-BORDER CORPORATE INSOLVENCY AND COMMERCIAL LAW RESEARCH GROUP CONFERENCE & SYMPOSIUM

at City, University of London

on Friday 27 April 2018

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Building on the tremendous success of our first Annual Conference in 2017, we are delighted to invite all scholars, researchers and postgraduate students to participate in our Second Annual Conference to be held on 27 April 2018 in London.

The Insolvency Conference welcomes submissions in all areas of Insolvency Law. Presenters should expect to have up to 30 minutes for their presentation even if the precise duration will be confirmed nearer the time. Time for discussion and Q&A will be allocated.

Intending contributors and speakers should prepare an abstract (250 words) and send it to Mr. Eugenio Vaccari at eugenio.vaccari@city.ac.uk. All submissions must include your institution, a contact address, an email address and a contact phone number. The deadline for submission is 25th February 2018.

Conference Fees: £29 City students, £39 Speakers, £49 Non-Speakers.

The conference fee is to cover the cost of materials, equipment, venue, lunch, and refreshments. We have deliberately kept it low to encourage wide participation. To register your interest or to book a place at the Insolvency Conference, an online payment facility is available here.

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They said of our 2017 event:

«Very enjoyable day with a variety of interesting and thought provoking papers» [C. U., Aston Un.];

«A very entertaining and informative event» [E. S., QUT (Brisbane)];

«A distinguished, academic environment» [K. K., Attorneys-at-Law, Izmir (Turkey)];

«A great experience and a very well organised event» [M. S., KCL];

«A great line up of presentations» [Y. J., Glasgow University].