The CCBE Conference on “Artificial Intelligence - Humane Justice” will be held at the Université catholique de Lille, France.

Located in one of France’s most densely populated regions with 2 million inhabitants. Lille itself has 230,000 citizens. Lille is strategically placed within a 300-km radius of 5 major European capitals: Paris, London, Brussels, Luxembourg and The Hague. It has highly-developed transport systems such as the Euro-tunnel and TGV high-speed trains:

- Paris: 1 hr

- London(Great Britain): 1 hr 40 mins

- Brussels (Belgium): 35 mins

and fast, easy access to other European countries (the Netherlands, Germany, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Italy, etc).

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UNIVERSITÉ CATHOLIQUE DE LILLE

60 boulevard Vauban – 59800 Lille

BY METRO

From Lille Flandres railway station or Lille Europe station, take the underground line 2, direction Saint-Philibert. Stop at Cormontaigne and walk for ten minutes towards Boulevard Vauban.

BY BUS

- From Lille Europe station or Lille Flandres station, line 12, stop at “Université Catholique” (Boulevard Vauban)
or
- From Lille Flandres station, line Citadines, stop at “Facultés catholiques” (rue Nationale) and walk down Rue Meurein for 2minutes towards Boulevard Vauban.

BY CAR

If you come from Paris (Motorway A1), Ghent (A22), Brussels (A27), take the ring road, direction Dunkirk. Take exit number 4.
If you come from Dunkirk (A25), take exit number 5.