Four speakers from the North Carolina Bar Association International Law and Practice Section will discuss the nature and opportunities of practicing international law in North Carolina. The panelists will also discuss their path to becoming "international" lawyers and advice for law students interested in pursuing international law. Speakers include in-house counsel for multi-national corporation, a partner of private law firm, and a legal educator within the state. RSVP to: http://survey.oit.duke.edu/ViewsFlash/servlet/viewsflash?cmd=page&pollid.... Sponsored by the Office of International Studies. For more information, contact Tedi Mason at email@example.com.
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