Please join WLSA, HLS, and ILS for a lunch conversation with Rocio Perez '11, an associate and professor of Global Legal Skills at the Costa Rica office of Arias & Muñoz, a major international law firm located in Central America. Ms. Perez has worked in the Public Law, Corporate and Litigation departments and has also developed the in-house professional development program at the firm. She will be speaking about starting a legal career abroad, the skills needed to pursue an international legal career, and working as a woman in a foreign legal setting. For more information, please contact Oleg Kobelev at email@example.com.
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Careers in International Law: Working as a Foreign Legal Associate in Central America, A Conversation with Rocio Perez '11 (Arias & Munoz)
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