LLM students who are international attorneys working outside of their home countries will discuss globalization of international law firms and its impact. Panelists include Cameron Hosie (New Zealand), Vanessa Jacob (Brazil), WeiWei Luo (China), Francisco Javier Martinez Fernandez (Spain) and Makoto Uda (Japan). For more information, contact Chun Hu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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