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Open Lecture on Money Laundering

More than 70 students and professors from the Faculty of Law and Political Science, National University of Laos participated in an open-lecture on money laundering, given by Mr Keith Farquharson, ILSTA expert. The lecture covered substantial information about the schemes of money laundering and was followed by an interactive Q&A session.

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Open Lecture on Financial investigation

An open lecture on “Financial investigation” was given by Mr Keith Farquharson, ILSTA expert yesterday at Faculty of Law and Political Science National University of Laos. Mr Keith Farquharson gave an overview of financial investigation to more than 100 students and professors at the FLP. The lecture was well received by a large audience and […]

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Open-Lecture on Smuggling of Migrants

More than 100 students and professors from the Faculty of Law and Political Science, National University of Laos participated in an open-lecture on smuggling of migrants, given by Ms Alina Timus, Legal Expert from ILSTA. The lecture covered substantial information about the elements of the criminal offense of migrant smuggling. It was followed by an […]

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Open Lecture on Organised Crime

Earlier this week, Mr John Connolly, Director of ILSTA, gave an open lecture on organised crime at the Faculty of Law and Political Science, National University of Laos. The lecture covered an overview of organised crime. More than 70 students who attended the lecture also received technical booklets on legal topics from ILSTA. The students […]

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Open Lecture on Human Trafficking

More than 80 students at the Faculty of Law and Political Science participated in an open lecture on human trafficking, presented by Ms Alina Timus, expert of ILSTA. Essential information about the elements of human trafficking and ways to identify this organised crime was covered in this lecture. The presentation was followed by a lively […]

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Online Open Lecture on Money Laundering and the Predicate Offence

On Wednesday, May 13th, ILSTA together with NUOL organised the Online Open Lecture on Money Laundering and the Predicate Offence, presented by Mr. Keith Farquharson and translated by Ms. Thipphapphone Siphandone, junior programme officer of ILSTA . Our special gratitude goes to the Faculty of Law and Political Science National University of Laos for their contribution to […]

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Online Legal Research Workshop

Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance – Luxembourg continues to encourage Laotian legal research during the Covid-19. Pr. Stefan Braum and Dr. Perrine Simon hold their first Online Legal Research Workshop on Thursday, with 6 lecturers from Faculty of Law and Political Science National University of Laos, who are supported by the University of Luxembourg for their […]

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Online Open Lecture on Smuggling of Migrants

ILSTA organised the virtual lecture on Smuggling of Migrants on Wednesday, April 29th at 10:00-11:00 AM. The online lecture was conducted by Ms Alina Timus, Programme Officer at ILSTA and translated in Lao language by Ms Thipphapphone Siphandone, Junior Programme Officer at ILSTA. The lecture was attended by students and lecturers from the Criminal Law […]

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Online Open Lecture on Evidence in Criminal Proceedings by Dr. Perrine SIMON

ILSTA hosted the first Online Open Lecture! We would like to cordially thank Faculty of Law and Political Science National University of Laos for the support and the help in organising this very first Online Open lecture! The open lecture on “Evidence in Criminal Proceedings” by Dr. Perrine SIMON from University of Luxembourg on Friday at […]

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Online course on English for Law

ILSTA conducted an online course on English for Law. This morning, our students were able to get back on track with their studies and had a fresh start on the first online lesson. The today’s online trial lesson was taught by Mr. David Wood, ILSTA’s English teacher. Despite the inconvenience and current situation due to […]

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