The ABA Section of International Law Canada Committee focuses on programs and policy dealing with international and cross-border aspects of issues affecting Canada and its trading partners across a broad range of areas, including national security, cross-border litigation, privacy, government procurement, product safety regulation, antitrust, trade remedies, insolvency, customs, immigration, economic sanctions and export controls, financing, M&A, public law, and bilateral and multilateral trade and investment agreements, including NAFTA and the agreements of the World Trade Organization.
Dear ABA Canada Committee Members,
We are very excited about the 2013 bar year and look forward to engaging you in the committee’s work. Please plan to join us for our regular Canada Committee Teleconferences on the third Wednesday of each month at 2PM Eastern. Please contact Alex Jeglic at email@example.com if you would like to participate in calls and are not already a Committee member to receive call-in instructions and agenda topics. We have the goal of becoming one of the most active Committees within the Section of International Law so please help make it happen!
What’s new: Date, time and format of Monthly Committee Calls
Enhanced Value Add
What’s the same: High quality programming
Excellent networking opportunities
List Serve, newsletter and Year in Review
We look forward to working with you.
Len Gold and Alex Jeglic
Co-Chairs Canada Committee
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|Joint OBA-ABA SIL Program |
February 16, 2010
|The Ontario Bar Association, A Branch of the Canadian Bar Association|
In Cooperation with
The ABA Section of International Law, Committee on Canadian Law
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