The European Convention: Will It Integrate Europe?

Event offered by:
Foreign Policy Association

Event Details

Monday, June 30, 2003
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 
Santander Central Hispano
New York, NY
Event type
Lecture / Panel  

Event Transcripts and Video

Lecture on "The European Convention: Will It Integrate Europe?"

Event Speakers

    • Stanley Crossick - Speaker
      Director and Founding Chairman, The European Policy Centre

      Stanley Crossick was appointed to the chairman position of the European Policy Centre (EPC) in 1998. Currently both the Founding Chairman and the Director of this Belgium-based think tank, he strives to advance the EPC's mission of furthering European integration within various political, social, and economic areas of interest. Mr. Crossick has held a range of positions in many different organizations, including solicitor, political analyst, writer, speaker and media commentator. He has served as the Chairman of the Belmont Firms (Belmont European Community Office and Belmont European Policy Centre) from 1990-1997, as well as Chairman and Senior Partner of C&L Belmont from 1987-1989. He served as Partner and Senior Administrative Partner as well as International Consultant for Franks Charlesly and Company in London.

      He was appointed Senior Vice-Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce EC Committee in 1994; President of the European Secretariat of the Liberal, Independent and Social Professions (SEPLIS) in 1981 and has fulfilled the role of Honorary Vice President for the International Union of Lawyers (UIA) from 1979 to the present. He was also the Deputy Secretary-General for the Consultative Council of the Bars and Law Societies of the European Community (CCBE) as well as the Secretary-General for the International Union of Lawyers. Mr. Crossick has held memberships to the Law Society's International Relations Committee and Joint Bar/Law Society Committees and the British Council of the European Movement. He received an LI B from London's University College, where he graduated with Honors in 1956.