PUBLISHED:December 20, 2016

Careers in International Law: Practicing International Arbitration & Litigation in the Middle East and Washington, D.C.

Practicing International Arbritration and Litigation Lecture 1/24

Wednesday, January 11 24
12:30 pm | Room 4047
Duke Law School

POSTPONED FROM 1/11:  Please join Djaouida Siaci for a wide-ranging conversation about her work and career spanning both law firm and government service in Washington, DC and the United Arab Emirates. Ms. Siaci spent 10 years in private law firm practice focusing on international transactions as well as international litigation and arbitration, with a focus on white collar and FCPA matters. She subsequently advised the Ministry of Presidential Affairs of the United Arab Emirates on judicial reform and rule-of-law initiatives and represented Pakistan International Airlines in arbitral proceedings. Ms. Siaci will discuss her career path, day-to-day work, and will offer advice to students interested in working in or with the MENA region as part of their professional careers. Sponsored by the JD-LLM Program in International and Comparative Law.

For more information, contact Ali Prince.