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Updates and events from the International Law Section

Join our webinar replay "Eliminating Gender Bias: Practical Strategies and Tips for International Business Lawyers." Read more
The impact of Brexit on global economies and international business is far from certain, but it is already significant. Renowned Brexit expert, Dr Vincent Power, will provide an update on the current state of play in relation to the Brexit process and will discuss where things are likely to go from here. Read more
The International Law Section is co-sponsoring an event by the USC Gould-JAMS Arbitration Institute. We are pleased to invite you to the Fifth Annual Symposium Bridging the Common and Civil Law Chasm on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 in Los Angeles. Read more
Please plan to attend the CLA Annual Meeting and watch for upcoming information about ILS programs and events at the meeting. Read more
The panelists will offer solutions-oriented strategies that international business lawyers can implement with a view to recognizing and reducing gender bias. Read more
In this space of each CLA-Int'l News, we offer the reader a look at recent legal literature that either informs about international practice or entices reader interest regarding a current legal topic. Read more
Southwestern Journal of International Law Symposium, “Fighting in the Law’s Gaps” (National Security and Use of Force). Venue: Southwestern Law School. Read more
In October 2019, the CLA International Law Section signed a Friendship Agreement with the Czech Bar Association at our joint CLA/Czech Bar Multi-Bar International Law Conference in Prague. Read more
The Foreign Bar Relations Committee is in charge of fostering relationships with our friends outside the United States. Read more
On January 23, 2020, the International Court of Justice (“World Court” or “ICJ”) accepted jurisdiction and ordered protective measures against Myanmar and its campaign of ethnic-cleansing which has forced 740,000 Rohingyas to flee to Bangladesh and 600,000 Rohingyas to remain in camps in Myanmar. Read more

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