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Section of International Law 2013 Fall Meeting

15th October 2013

ABA International's Fall Meeting is one of the world's most important gatherings of international lawyers. Last year's Fall Meeting in Miami, Florida welcomed over 950 attendees from 52 countries.

Fall Meeting attendees will include high-level practitioners with the largest and most respected global law firms; lawyers with the most prominent regional and national firms inside and outside the U.S.; small-firm and solo practitioners with significant international practices; corporate and in-house counsel; lawyers serving in government or with non-governmental organizations and inter-governmental organizations; and academics. ABA International is the home within the ABA for the world's leading international practitioners, and the 2013 Fall Meeting is a "Must-Attend" meeting for lawyers with a practice or interest in international legal issues.

Click here to download the event flyer for highlights of the meeting.

BIICL members discount

All BIICL members are entitled to International Law Section Member rates. To register at these rates you will need to fill out the registration form with whatever rate applies to you (ie NGO, Solo practitioner, etc.) and check off the 'Member of Cooperating Organization' box listing BIICL.

Instructions for submission are on the form which is also posted on the event website: http://ambar.org/ILfall2013 where you can also find more information regarding programming, social events, and hotel arrangements.

Click here to download the registration form.

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