American Bar Association
International Law Committee

International Law Committee

Who We Are

Certain areas of the World, Europe for that matter, have long been exposed to internationalization, possibly not because of choice, instead out of straight necessity, considering that international approaches are inevitable when people and businesses have many borders around.

Other areas, including North America, are becoming more and more international minded, also in the legal profession, as a result of a consistent, positive move to consider us as citizens of the World, despite our being necessarily residents of a country.

Solo / Small Firms members are encouraged to reach out to the International Law Committee where we offer dissemination of knowledge and goodwill from the Co-Chairs, its existing and new members, drawing on an endless log of professional and personal experience in International legal matters affecting practically all areas of practice.

More About Us

Solo Small Firms are increasingly becoming more likely to share business opportunities internationally.

Although more structured firms tend to concentrate globally, heading for the consolidation of very large concerns spanning five continents, we are in fact experiencing more involvement by small firms in international deals, litigation, consultancy at large.

The ABA, our Division and particularly the International Law Committee offer members the opportunity to share goodwill, information, liaison to specialists or generalists internationally.

Having been recently appointed Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, I think it adequate to convey GP Solo and Int'l Law Committee members a message of trust and confidence in allowing our practice, personal interests and life style to be tuned to an international mindset.

Welcome, Benvenuti!

Giuseppe Lorenzo Rosa, Esq., M.A Business Law

Current Titles of International Law Practice

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Rosa, Giuseppe

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Discussion List

As a member of the International Law Committee you may contact committee members via the discussion list: GP-INTLLAW@MAIL.AMERICANBAR.ORG.

Programs, Meetings and Events

Committee Events

2016 Solo & Small Firm Summit

September 29, 2016 - October 1, 2016
The Westin Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio
Section Events

    Business Divorce: Understanding Its Dynamics and Formulating Solutions


    The event will be held on 12/06/2016. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are Center for Professional Development,Section of Dispute Resolution,Section of Family Law,Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division,Division for Public Services,Senior Lawyers Division. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .

    Anatomy of a Client Relationship: How to Attract and Keep Quality Clients – Brown Bag Session


    Free for Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division (GPSolo) and Co-Sponsor members as a member benefit. Brown Bag Sessions are short, informal educational events on timely topics. Recordings of past Brown Bag Sessions are posted and archived after each session. The ABA is not seeking CLE ...

    Fierce & Gritty: Resilience Training for Lawyers


    The event will be held on 12/19/2016. The format is Web. The event sponsor(s) are American Bar Association,Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs,Center for Professional Development,Criminal Justice Section,Commission On Disability Rights,Law Practice Division,ABA Legal Career Central,Section of Family Law,Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division,Health Law Section,Legal Aid and Indigent Defendants,Young Lawyers Division,Tort, Trial and Insurance Practice Committee. The event has 1.50 CLE Credits .


Modified by Stephen Falvo on August 23, 2016

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