Jeantet has signed a three-year partnership with the Queen Mary University of London's Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) to work with students throughout their academic studies.
This partnership is part of Jeantet’s overall commitment to supporting future talent. By joining forces with this prestigious British institution, Jeantet is also confirming its international outlook. The aim of this cooperation is to train, guide and develop future generations of lawyers.
To launch this partnership and to welcome the new class of the double LLM from the Queen Mary University of London's Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) and La Sorbonne Law School, a virtual conference was held on 18 January on the topic “M&A and the Regulation of Foreign Direct Investment in 2022”. Professors, lawyers and experts in the field attended the roundtable. Professor Farhad Ameli (Vice Dean of La Sorbonne Law School), Mrs Jennifer El-Baz (Deputy to the Head of Office for Foreign Direct Investments in France, Direction Générale du Trésor), Professor Ioannis Kokkoris (Chair in Competition Law and Economics at the CCLS) and Mrs Ingrid Rogers (solicitor, member of the Competition Department of leading UK law firm Travers Smith). The discussion was moderated by Jeantet corporate partner Stephen Walters.
This collaboration includes:
According to Stephen Walters, Corporate M&A partner at Jeantet, “this partnership is a great opportunity for our Firm to support students towards excellence and provide them with the knowledge to become the great lawyers of the future”.
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