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Thursday, June 02, 2022 at 07:15

A space for advocacy, excellence and leadership

The Madrid-Quintana headquarters of the URJC hosts this Friday, June 3, the I Seminar on Young Lawyers. The activity aims to be a meeting place for reflection and debate among labor law professionals with four round tables on the most important pillars of this specialty.

Albert Rose

The Rey Juan Carlos University celebrates this Friday, June 3, the I Young Advocacy Seminar. The Madrid-Quintana headquarters will be the space where different lawyers will debate and reflect on the future of law, in addition to "making visible the generational change in the profession".

This is explained by the professor of Labor Law and Social Security at the URJC, Pilar Charro, who, together with Professor Rocío Guerrero, organizes the first edition of this professional meeting between young lawyers.

"We want the seminar to be a space for reflection and debate, serious, courageous and purposeful to advance in the formation of law," says Pilar Charro. The presentations, led by young professionals, are an opportunity and a "way of giving witness to young lawyers", adds the professor.

In another aspect, from the organization there is an intention to highlight the approach and linkage of the university with the new generations because "between academia and society there must be synergies", they explain.

For all these reasons, a complete program has been designed divided into four round tables that will be attended by representatives of some of the best labor law firms in Spain.

The blocks that give the round tables their name respond to the four most important pillars of labor law. These are the employment contract, conciliation and equality, the termination of the contract and finally collective bargaining.

The tables will be moderated by managing partners of four of the most prestigious law firms: Ceca Magán, Garrigues, Sagardoy and Arinsa. In addition, there will be a general presentation at the beginning of the day and a closing speech that will end the seminar.

The activity has the collaboration of the National Association of Labor Lawyers (ASNALA) and the legal information publisher, Lefebvre. More information and registration in this link.