- to examine the need of reforming the existing legal framework on international, European and national level and to offer proposals to take a closer look at:
- the legal trends and the challenges they create for member states
- the strengths and deficiencies of the two major international conventions as well as the regulations of European and national law
- to discuss the legal reforms currently underway in European Law
- to present and examine case studies from Greece, Switzerland, Germany, Austria
- to network and exchange ideas with leading professionals
It looks to be a promising event, and what a setting for a law and archaeology conference. I note with interest that there appears to be efforts to revisit the 1995 UNIDROIT and the 1970 UNESCO Conventions soon.