Exciting times at Blackburn.
Our John Masters has a number of international engagements coming up. In our view, they reflect John’s skill and how sought after he is, even internationally.
John will be presenting at the prestigious Cambridge University International Symposium on Economic Crime, where he will be presenting a paper on “Issues of sovereignty that arise for small jurisdictions in complying with international standards designed to promote stability and sustainable development” and also leading a workshop on “The evolving criminalization of corporate noncompliance”.
If that wasn’t enough for you, the Council of Europe has retained John to provide “Training on new trends in financial investigations and analysis for the Asset Recovery Office of Moldova “.
What an impressive achievement for an impressive member of our chambers. Congratulations John.
For more information on the Cambridge presentation which looks fascinating check Workshop 31 and page 36 here