International Law Practicum, now including Chapter News

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    2016: Vol. 29, No. 1


    Practicum: Form and Policy

    Upcoming International Section Events and Co-Sponsored Events

    Transcript:
    Ethics Across Borders: Common Pitfalls and the Latin American Council’s Presentation of Best Practices

    U.S. International Trust Reporting and Planning

    Glenn G. Fox and Paul DePasquale

    Lauren D. Rachlin: Tribute and Memories

    Book Review: Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts, 4th Edition

    Reviewed by John F. Zulack


    CHAPTER NEWS:

    Message from the Chair

    Privacy Shield Update

    Jonathan Armstrong

    Report:
    UNCITRAL Working Group III on Online Dispute Resolution—A Change of Focus in the Outcome Document

    Clara Flebus

    The International Section Welcomes New Members

    The Section’s Officers

    Section Committees and Chairs 

    Section Chapter Chairs

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    The International Law Practicum features peer-written, substantive articles relating to the practical needs of attorneys in an international setting, emphasizing clinical matters as opposed to academic, exploring the application of international law for the generalist rather than theoretical discussions for the expert. Edited by Amber Wessels-Yen, Esq. (Editor-in-Chief) and Dunniela Kaufman (Chapter News Editor) the International Law Practicum is published twice per year by the International Section and distributed to Section members free of charge.

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