American Bar Association
 
Section of International Law: Transnational Legal Practice Committee

Section of International Law:
Transnational Legal Practice Committee


About the Committee




The committee reviews the various policy and practical issues affecting global cross-border legal practice. With respect to "inbound" services, the committee studies and encourages alternative methods to allow foreign lawyers to offer legal services in the U.S. With respect to "outbound" services, the committee investigates new ways in which foreign countries can deal with U.S. lawyers practicing in their jurisdictions. Additionally, the committee interacts with the Office of the U.S. Trade Representatives in its negotiations of treaty terms affecting cross-border legal services as well as with U.S. regulators to reduce obstacles to multijurisdictional practice.


More About Us

We are the Transnational Legal Practice Committee committee.

Leadership

Chair:

Knott, Hermann

Vice-Chairs:

Hayaux-Du-Tilly, Yves
Henderson, William
McGarry, Stephen
Nordstrom, Janis
Staal, Eric

Committee Roster  


Upcoming Programs

Section Events

    International Estate Planning for Art Collectors and Their Advisors

    11/12/2014-11/12/2014

    Please Note: This is a non-CLE program The timing for this program is listed in US Eastern Standard Time Program DescriptionBy some measures, there is in excess of $1 trillion in art, collectibles and other cultural property in private collections. While art, collectibles, and cultural property comprise ...

    15th Annual Live from the SEC

    11/13/2014-11/13/2014

    Recent Developments in International Securities Regulation and Enforcement: A lively, interactive update from U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Officials broadcast live from Washington, DC.Join us to get the latest updates from high-ranking SEC officials and Commissioner Kara M. Stein on SEC policy ...

    Missiles, Jets & Money: The Changing Anti-Corruption Landscape in the Aerospace and Defense Industry

    11/13/2014-11/13/2014
    American Bar Association
    Washington

    Please Note: This is a non-CLE program The timing for this program is listed in US Eastern Standard Time Program DescriptionIn the U.S., military spending for large new projects is down drastically. In China, defense spending continues to rise, fueling an arms race in Asia with large defense purchases ...

Modified by Wayne Carroll on October 29, 2014

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