The Brussels Office of the three Law Societies (England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland) is currently offering trainee solicitors from the UK a unique opportunity to undertake a six-month secondment in the Brussels Office commencing in September 2015.
On Monday 13 July 2015, I attended a presentation at the Law Society, in London, UK, by Andrea Orlando, the Italian Minister of Justice, about the current reforms of the civil justice system in Italy.
The European Commission is currently looking for translators into English from two source languages, the first one of which must be one of the following: Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, Finnish, Greek, Hungarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian or Swedish.
The second source language must be different from the first source language and can be any of the languages mentioned above or French, German, Italian or Spanish.
Hello dear readers – here are the results of the poll I ran recently on the new mobile-friendly design for the blog.
The proportion of those in favour is 84%. I guess we therefore will keep it for the moment. However, as I am always seeking perfection, and as soon as financially possible (as you know, this is a not-for-profit venture!), I will commission a designer to do something even better.
So do keep following, with patience please for those who are not keen on the new look. :-)
I thought that it was about time I “repainted” the blog environment to freshen it up. Another concern was to make it more friendly for tablets and other mobile devices. So… as you can see, I’ve taken the plunge, and I’d love to have your opinions.
Do vote below, and you can also email me if you have specific suggestions.