30 Oct 2016
ECBA Autumn Conference Lisbon
||30 Oct 2016
||09:00 - 23:00
The ECBA Autumn conference will take place in Lisbon, Portugal on Friday 30 September and Saturday 1 October 2016.
You will find attached the draft programme and a document with general information.
Registration: To register using the online credit card facility click here. If you prefer to pay by bank transfer please register by clicking here.
We are pleased to announce that all locations are exceptional and that we have secured rooms in different hotels. Due to a high demand for accommodation in Lisbon at that time we would recommend that you reserve a room as soon as possible. Please click the following link for the recommended hotels. You will be able to reserve a room in the hotel of your choice at specific rates offered to the ECBA: https://www.congressospco.abreu.pt/ECBA2016-31409.aspx
The hotels listed have been recommended although the ECBA cannot take responsibility for the standard of service or accommodation at the hotel.
All questions and assistance on hotel bookings should be addressed to email@example.com
A reception will be held on Friday 30 September in the evening at the Parliament starting at 6.15 pm. Mr. President of the Parliament (or a Vice-President or the President of the 1st Committee, on behalf of the President) will give a welcome speech to the delegates in the Senate Room. This is an exceptional honour. Click here for a photo of the Parliament.
The conference will start on Saturday 1 October in the morning (registration from 9 am on) and will end approximately at 6 pm. It will be will be hold at the Centre for Judicial Studies. We will have lunch at the Portas do Sol which has a spectacular view overlooking the Alfama rooftops and the Tagus River.
The conference will be followed by our traditional dinner (optional) at the gastronomic restaurant Zambeze at 8pm.
All details are also published on our website.
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any queries.
On behalf of Prof Dr Holger Matt, Chair of the ECBA