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We are committed to helping our clients stay ahead of legal and market trends and hold regular seminars, training and events at our offices around the globe.

Please see below for further details of our various seminar programmes held globally.

London Perspectives Series

This programme, held in London, addresses a wide range of topical issues for financial institutions. Each seminar is held at our offices in Canary Wharf on Tuesday evenings and is repeated in the City on Wednesday mornings. Online videos are also available. If you are a client of the firm and would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact the Perspectives team.

London Academic Series

Clifford Chance collaborates with academics at leading Universities. We regularly invite them to speak to us on areas of mutual interest.

We have a new series of events – The Academic Series – designed for people with a particular interest in the academic aspects of the law which showcases our academic connections. Each session will be held at Clifford Chance's offices in London.

If you are a client of the firm and would like to be added to the distribution list so you are invited to future events in The Academic Series, please click here to subscribe

Trade – globalisation or retreat? (30 April / 1 May)

Global trade is undergoing a major shift in the face of protectionist policies, popular resistance to trade liberalisation and geopolitical rivalries. The practical and economic impact of these changing dynamics is significant. Our experts will discuss the latest developments across the globe and the implications for business.

This event will take place at Clifford Chance on Tuesday 30 April from 5:00pm to 6:00pm and will be repeated in the City at Saddlers' Hall on Wednesday 1 May from 08:15 to 09:15.

To register your interest, please contact the Events Team.

In Conversation with the Money Experts (1 May)

Clifford Chance partner Simon Gleeson, whose new book 'The Legal Concept of Money' has been published by Oxford University Press, will be discussing some of the key questions such as: does money need a Government, what do we mean by money, can Cryptocurrencies become money, and why does it matter?

Chairing the discussion will be Patrick Jenkins, Financial Editor of the FT. He will be joined by Professor Rosa Lastra of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London and Professor David Fox, Chair of Common Law at the University of Edinburgh who has recently co-written the book 'Cryptocurrencies in Public and Private Law'.

This event will take place at our offices in Canary Wharf on Wednesday 1 May at 5:15pm.

If you would like to register your interest, please contact the Events Team.