International Law and Immigration
Ca. Int'l Law Journal 2019, VOL. 27, NO. 1
- Immigrant Investors and Cannabis Business Opportunities In the United States
- International Law Section Executive Committee 2018-2019
- International Law Section To Enter Into New Friendship Agreement and Hold Multi-bar Delegate Law Conference In Prague With Czech Bar Association
- Letter From the International Law Section Co-chairs
- Mexico's New Anti-corruption Laws
- The California International Law Journal Editorial Team
- The California International Law Journal
- The Echo of American Fair Use and Its Boundaries In the European Union and Italy: a Comparative Analysis In the Wake of the Fox News Victory Over Tveyes
- The International Law Section of the California Lawyers Association
- The Wto At a Crossroads
- Third-party Funding In International Arbitration
- Welcome From the Journal's Editor-in-chief
- Interview With Alexandra Darraby Ils Co-chair & Author of Darraby On Art, Artifact, Architecture & Museum Law
INTERVIEW WITH ALEXANDRA DARRABY ILS CO-CHAIR & AUTHOR OF DARRABY ON ART, ARTIFACT, ARCHITECTURE & MUSEUM LAW
By Catherine (Cathy) Carlisle
Cathy Carlisle: What drew you to the International Law Section (ILS)?
Alexandra Darraby: Growing up in an international city and working abroadâILS is an extension of that milieu. People who work successfully in the international sector are curious, open, accepting, interested, interesting, and forgiving of cultural foibles. ILS is another way to meet such people.
CC: What are you most proud of accomplishing during your tenure as ILS Co-Chair?