Join us for lunch to hear Coalter Lathrop, L'06, discuss his experience developing a focused area of expertise in territorial and boundary dispute resolution. He will reflect on his unique career path during Open Doors: Finding Your Niche. Mr. Lathrop runs an international boundary consultancy based in Asheville, NC. He has assisted states before the International Court of Justice, ad-hoc international tribunals, and the Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf. For more information, contact Maggie Pishko at email@example.com.
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Open Doors: Finding Your Niche
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