American Bar Association
 
Section of International Law: Transnational Legal Practice Task Force

Section of International Law:
Transnational Legal Practice Task Force


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.


Leadership

Vice-Chairs:

Knott, Hermann

Committee Roster  


Upcoming Programs

Section Events

    Section of International Law 2015 Spring

    04/28/2015-05/02/2015
    Hyatt Regency Washington On Capitol Hill
    Washington

    Until July 28, 2014 we will be accepting program proposals for the Sections 2015 Spring Meeting, which will take place from April 28-May2, 2015, at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. The 2015 Spring Meeting will provide cutting-edge programs with world-class speakers and materials ...

    2014 ABA North America Regional Forum

    11/17/2014-11/18/2014
    Pan Pacific Vancouver Hotel
    Vancouver

    The Internet and e-commerce have fundamentally altered notions of free trade as the digital age blurs political and economic borders. Legal and regulatory underpinnings of trade are being revised, as a matter of commercial practicality, almost monthly. This one-and-a-half day conference will feature ...

    15th Annual Live from the SEC

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

    Thank you for registering for the 15th Annual Live from the SEC: A Review of Recent Developments in International Securites Regulation and Enforcement. The in-person locations in London and Washington, DC will be confirmed and communicated to attendees over the course of the summer. Webcast and Teleconference ...

Modified by Gabrielle Miller on March 21, 2014

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