Are you interested in making international law a part of your domestic legal practice? Or perhaps you are thinking of staying in North Carolina but don't want to give up your dream of practicing international law. Join the Duke Chapter of the North Carolina Bar Association for a panel discussion with three experienced practitioners of international law: David Schuford '02 (Partner at Robinson Bradshaw, Charlotte), Daniel Uyesato (Partner at Hunton Williams, Raleigh) and Andrea Carska-Sheppard (General Counsel at Workplace Options, RTO). Our guests will discuss practicing international trade, foreign business investments, regulatory and environmental issues, cross-border business licensing and contracts, import-export regulation, international trade sanctions, and NAFTA. Sponsored by the International Law Society , the Career and Professional Development Office and funded by DBA. For more information, please contact Josh Blanton at email@example.com.
The Practice of International Law in North Carolina
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