Regulation, antitrust and promotion of innovation? Challenges and experiences from communications to payment systems
- Business & Professional
- UCL Faculty of Laws, WC1H 0EG London
This Open Day has been scheduled for Friday 15 February 2012
UCL Faculty of Laws
Open Day for the UCL Notarial Practice Course
This Open Day gives prospective students the opportunity to find out about the role and function of Public Notaries, including how they are trained, how they practice and how they are regulated. Student will have the opportunity to meet formally and informally with the UCL course tutors as well as representatives of the regulatory body, The Faculty Office, and the Notary Society.
UCL Course Director
Michael Lightowler, President of The Notaries Society
|11:45||The Educational Requirements
|12:00||The UCL Course
|14:00||The Faculty Office
Post Notarial Practice Course
|14:45||Being a Notary
Christopher Vaughan, Secretary to The Notaries Society
Sarah Fuller, Austin Ray Solicitors and Notary Public (recently qualified Notary)
|15:15||Open Forum - Questions|
Tea and informal questions session
|16:15||Open Day ends|
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