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CMS Poland has announced that it is inviting third, fourth, and fifth-year law students to take part in a labor law competition at the firm, with available prizes including an IPad, sets of law books, and paid internships at the firm. 

Our friends at Lawyr.it, the only student-powered legal publication focused on Central Eastern Europe, are starting off this hot summer with a warm invitation to law students from across Europe to submit creative and innovative articles by July 25 at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

CMS Poland is inviting fourth and fifth year law students to write a practical commentary in the area of labour law on a Supreme Court judgment, with available prizes including an IPad, sets of law books, and qualification for paid internships at CMS. In addition, all competition participants will be invited to special training that will take place in mid-December at the CMS office in Warsaw, with participants from outside Warsaw reimbursed for the costs of travel.


Nataliya Cowen is a Special Counsel with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, where she reviews rules of U.S. stock exchanges to ensure that they protect investors and works on various rulemakings, in particular, those related to the Dodd-Frank Act. 

Arzinger Senior Associate Volodymyr Yaremko served as coach for the claimant's team at the II Arbitration School organized by the Ukrainian Arbitration Association and UBA's Students League for Ukrainian and foreign students and young lawyers.

On April 23, 2014, the Students League of the Ukrainian Bar Association hosted the award ceremony celebrating finalists and winners of the Fourth Scholarship Contest, traditionally initiated and supported by the Vasil Kisil & Partners Law Firm. 

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