On 28th September 2017 Riga Graduate School of Law was organizing "Cultural Heritage and Art Law: 2nd seminar for practitioners". This was the second educational event in a row in the region targeted at practising specialists in the field. The training course gathered speakers from international organizations, academic and practical environments from Switzerland and Latvia.
The discussed issues brought together attorneys-at-law, IPR experts and European patent, trademark and design attorneys, insolvency administrators, delegates from Latvian National Museum of Art. The audience unified representatives from Latvia, Estonia and Kosovo.
The seminar was opened by the acting of Riga Graduate School of Law, Mr.Jānis Ikstens, and the ambassador of Switzerland for the Baltic States, Mr.Konstantin Obolensky.
The event was found very important and necessary by the participants. Here are some reflections from the feedback forms:
"Would be grateful to receive information about next courses"
"Keep going! I really enjoyed the seminar!"
"It was a really good course and very important for lawyers and others who work in this area. Continue with this good work!"
"I found the topics very relevant to my daily work, presented in a well-structured form and with lots of practical examples. Super!”
"Thank you very much for the excellent day and for new information and ideas"
Riga Graduate School of Law will continue to organize training courses for practitioners semi-annually with the third seminar to take place on 25th January 2017. The approved agenda to be coming soon. Follow our news to be the first to know!