BCLP Paris Counsel David Père will co-host a training seminar at the Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature (ENM) in Paris on May 22 for English-speaking European magistrates. This program is designed for judicial authorities under the European Judicial Training Network (EJTN).
The ENM reports directly to France’s minister of justice and is the only training school for the French judiciary; all French judges must pass through the courses it runs. It also provides training in the principles of French law for judges and prosecutors from Japan, China, South Korea, Congo, Morocco and Egypt. Père will co-host a session on the main principles of the criminal trial alongside Coralie Ambroise-Casterot, a professor at the University of Nice.
At Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, Père practices in business criminal law, criminal law and regulatory litigation. He specializes in high-risk, complex cases alleging bribery, money laundering and tax evasion, as well as cybercrime, forgery and post-acquisition litigation. Père is also highly regarded for international criminal law having handled multijurisdictional disputes in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and in the United States.