Why Join the NYSBA International Section? Join the International
Section and you will have:
the opportunity to represent the Section at meetings and conferences sponsored
by NYSBA International’s network of Chapters throughout the
the opportunity to serve as a
member of more than thirty Committees covering almost every area of
international private practice as well as major areas of international
If working abroad, opportunity
to become a member of the NYSBA International Chapter in your
Subscriptions to the
International Law Practicum, the New
Review, and the New York International Chapter News.
Discounts for registration at
NYSBA International CLE programs such as “Fundamentals of
International Practice” and “International Practice
Invitations to breakfast and
lunch meetings sponsored by NYSBA International Committees at which
speakers address important and breaking issues of international practice
Access to current information
about all NYSBA International programs and select announcements about
programs offered by other international bar groups through the NYSBA
International Announce Listserve.
Participate in web-based
NYSBA International Membership Directory – an especially important
referral mechanism for NYSBA international members living outside
of New YorkState.
Invitations to and
opportunities to participate as a speaker or presenter at NYSBA
International’s three day Fall Seasonal Conference overseas:
; 2010 Sydney ;
2011: Panama City ;
Network with international law practitioners
throughout the world by joining the International Section!
With members located throughout the United States and in many
foreign countries, more than 40 Chapters in major cities around the
world, and regular annual meetings in major foreign capitals and
international business centers that are jointly hosted with major
foreign bar associations, the Section provides important resources to
attorneys who practice law internationally.
To be eligible for membership in the Section, you
must first join NYSBA but do not have to be admitted to
practice in New York. To be a NYSBA member, you must be admitted to the
practice of law in a state or foreign jurisdiction and be in good
standing in that jurisdiction. New members must include proof of your
admission/good standing to the practice of law. (Usual proof is a
certificate of admission from the jurisdiction in which you are
admitted, with an English translation, if necessary).