Update: 4th International Class Action Conference, Amsterdam, 30 June to 1 July 2022
Update from the organizers:
“Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors we are able to offer a limited number of participants a partial waiver of the conference. If you work in the not-for-profit sector (academia, ngo’s, judiciary or other government institutions) you can contact the conference bureau (email@example.com) to check for eligibility. The reduced fee will be the same as the one for students and PhD fellows.”
For all those interested in the various aspects of collective redress, including cross border issues (in securities and competition cases), the 4th International Class Action Conference held as an on-site conference in Amsterdam provides an excellent opportunity to discuss current issues and share your own experiences. The international conference is co-organized, inter alia, by the University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), University of Haifa (Israel) and Tilburg University (The Netherlands) and described as follows:
Class Action Conference
Amsterdam, 30 June – 1 July 2022
On 30 June and 1 July 2022 the University of Amsterdam will host the 4th international class action conference. The conference is organized by a team from the University of Haifa, the University of Tilburg and the University of Amsterdam, in collaboration with several renowned institutions. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘From Class Actions to Collective Redress: Access to Justice in the 21st century’.
The Conference will bring together a diverse range of international expertise in collective redress. The conference is intended to act as a forum for the sharing of experiences and knowledge. In an increasingly interconnected world, such opportunities for international scholars and practitioners to come together and compare notes on the development of collective redress in their jurisdictions, are more relevant than ever.
For details on the programme and a full list of collaborators, please see 4th International Class Action Conference – Home (aanmelder.nl).”
There are different registration fees for commercial participants (500 EUR) and academics/judges/NGOs (300 EUR) as well as a reduced charge for (PhD) students (75 EUR).