On December 27, 2018 in Cherkasy, graduates of the “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program in cooperation with the Cherkasy local centre for the provision of free secondary legal aid conducted a training on “Land Privatization: Effective Algorithm of Actions”.
At the beginning of the training, Stanislav Skits, a graduate of the “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program, director of the Cherkasy local centre for the provision of free secondary legal aid, addressed the participants. The speakers of the event were graduates of the “Tomorrow’s Lawyer” Program Lyudmila Hrytsenko and Oleksiy Shamov.
The event program consisted of two sessions. Initially, the participants planned the procedure for acquiring the title to land plot, and then “went through the labyrinths of tacit consent and discretion,” as formulated by the lecturers of the training. According to the tradition of the Program, the training included discussion of a practical case that contained ambiguous data.
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