International Congress Abogacia 2019 gets underway in Havana

Havana - The 8th International Congress 'Abogacía 2019' is starting Wednesday with the attendance of more than 1,300 professionals from 20 countries.

Management and resolution of legal litigations will be the main focus of lawyers, judges, prosecutors, university professors, academics and professionals until next Friday.

Representatives from Argentina, Colombia, Canada, Chile, Mexico, Spain, Peru and Venezuela, among others, will participate in the meeting, which included a preliminary event on Commercial Law, taught by professors from the International Bar Association (IBA).

Abogacía 2019 is a space for the analysis of the subjects of Law, from the perspective of the judicial conflict and its alternatives.

Besides its main focus, the event will also delve into relations with civil, administrative and family law conflicts, litigation derived from breach of contract and extra-contractual liability, and the transnational dimension of civil conflicts.

The event will include a fair of institutions of the Cuban legal sector, in which more than twenty titles on Law and other topics associated with the congress will be made available.

The National Organization of Collective Law Firms (ONBC) sponsors 'Abogacía 2019'.

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