As a non-governmental organisation the Eurasian CIS Legal Professionals’ Forum supports grassroot ties between the legal professionals of the countries of the former Soviet Union and other countries which use the common language which joins our forum members together whether through online seminars, networking receptions or conferences.
Each conference or ‘Forum’ provides a base for open discussion of key cross-border issues which arise in international practice and for the exchange of information addressing new concepts with the legal industry.
We invite you to join the Forum’s social media where information on upcoming events is regularly shared.
Eurasian CIS Legal Professionals’ Forum was founded to bring together legal professionals from all over the world and develop relationships between the legal sectors in countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States. This involves engaging with lawyers throughout the former Soviet Union (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan) and promoting the progression of the rule of law.
Over a period of ten years the group has helped to increase the level of interaction of legal systems, scope for lawyers to collaborate and the development of joint projects.