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The participation in the webinars is free-of-charge and available to everyone interested.

The links to registering for webinars are available below. Participants must register for each webinar they wish to attend.

Registered participants will receive an email confirmation. (Check the SPAM folder, too.) Depending on when you register, the Zoom link may be at the bottom of the confirmation (scroll to the bottom to check.) 

Everyone registered will receive the link two hours before the webinar at the email address under which the participant registered (check the SPAM folder, too.) This is a unique link for one registrant so cannot be forwarded for another person to use. Others who want to join should register. Participants can register up through the beginning of a webinar. It is best, though, to register at least several hours before to be assured of receiving the link.

The webinar will take place via the free Zoom software. Download is free and needs to be done only once for each device on the computer, tablet, or phone on which you will participate. To avoid delay in joining the webinar, please download in advance at this link (see: Zoom Client for Meetings).

If you have problems signing in, please email (English only) or Luke Bartosik, (English or Polish).


The formal webinar lasts 60 minutes and will be recorded for later posting. Participants will be invited to ask questions in the Chat function. Speakers have agreed to stay on for up to 30 minutes for additional questions. This informal Q&A will not be part of the recorded posting.

Webinar recordings will be available (without registration) via YouTube  a few days after the session. YouTube offers the option to see closed captions with the text of the recording. Participants seeking certification of attendance must participate in the live Zoom session.

links

Marc Liebscher, "Wirecard, Europe’s Enron? – Auditor Liability to Investors in Corporate Fraud"

Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 1 pm EDT (DC), 7 pm GMT+2 (Poland)

Sarah H. Duggin, "Why Compliance Matters – The Increasing Significance of the Compliance and Ethics Function in Global Corporations"

Wednesday, October 28, 2020, 2 pm EDT (DC), 7 pm GMT+1 (Poland)

Roger Colinvaux, "Nonprofits in Crisis: Changes to Giving Rules and Politicization"

Thursday, November 19, 2020, 1 pm (EST) (DC), 7 pm GMT+1 (Poland)

Wojciech Jarosiński, "The Cloud – A New Legal Frontier"

Tuesday, November 24, 2020, 1 pm (EST) (DC), 7 pm GMT+1 (Poland)

Justyna Regan & Douglas Bonner, "Data Privacy in the US: Where We Stand Today and Predictions for the Future"

Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 1 pm (EST) (DC), 7 pm GMT+1 (Poland)

Megan M. La Belle, "Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property"

Wednesday, December 9, 2020, 1 pm (EST) (DC), 7 pm GMT+1 (Poland)

Links to other meetings will be available later.


Upon request, each participant who attended 12 out of the 16 webinars via Zoom will receive a certificate of attendance. Certificates of attendance at individual sessions on Zoom also can be provided upon request. For questions about certificates, contact Wojciech Bańczyk (, Coordinator of the American Law Program.

Proposal for American Law Program Candidates

The English language entrance exam for the 2021-22 American Law Program will be waived for participants who earned the certificate of participation in 12 of 16 webinars.  Other participation conditions, including the program fee, apply.