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European Regional Meeting 2019

March 27 - March 30

Globalaw’s European Regional Meeting will be held in Kitzbuhel, Austria from 27 – 30 March 2019 at the beautiful hotel Rasmushof. We have a very early room cut off deadline of 15 December so please register asap by clicking here.

Hotel Information:

Rasmushof – Main Hotel and Conference location 

Method of reserving room (only via phone or email):

[email protected]

+43 5356 6525 252

Hotel Kitzhof – Mountain Design Resort

Method of reserving room (only via phone or email)

[email protected]

+43 5356 63211 233

Please make sure to use the following code to identify yourself as a delegate for the Globalaw ERM2019 Meeting

If you have further questions, please contact the Secretariat at [email protected]



March 27
March 30
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