Women’s Career Network warmly welcomes you to a case night with Centrum för rättvisa on the 4th of May, 16.00–18.00 (GMT+1).
Protecting civil rights and liberties is crucial to uphold democracy and the rule of law. Since its inception in 2002, Centrum för rättvisa has sought to do just that by representing individuals and organisations in court and by participating in the public debate. Today, Centrum för rättvisa is one of Sweden’s top law firms in the area of civil rights and liberties, and they engage in many Swedish high profile cases. Centrum för rättvisa has won 20 cases in the highest courts in Sweden and Europe, including ten cases in the Swedish Supreme Court.
During this virtual case night you will get to learn more about Centrum för rättvisa as an organisation, as well as about non-discrimination law in a European context. The attendees will be divided into two opposing teams that will argue against each other on basis of a fictional case modelled on a case currently pending before the European Court of Human Rights. Alexander Ottosson and Erica Wide, associate lawyers at Centrum för rättvisa, will moderate the case night.
When? Tuesday, 4 May, 16.00–18.00 (Swedish time)
Where? Virtual – a link to the meeting will be sent out per email before the event.
Please note that this event will be held in Swedish.
Please note that this is an interactive event. The attendees are therefore expected to have their cameras on and actively participate in the discussion. Upon registration to the event you will receive study material and instructions to prepare yourself for the event. The spots are limited so don’t forget to sign up as soon as possible!
Sign up for the event below. The places are limited for female and non-binary law & business students, first come first served. Please note that you will receive a confirmation if you get a place at the event and that the confirmation may take a couple of days to receive. Also make sure to check your junk mailbox if you have not received any confirmation. If you have any issues with signing up, contact us at email@example.com. Registration is binding due to a limited number of spots at the event. If you get a spot and don’t show up, you will not be able to sign up for other events. If you are prevented from attending the event, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.