Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Careers in International Law

Intl_careersAba_5Careers in International Law, a best-selling career guide from the ABA Section of International Law, has now been published in a second edition.  It's a collection of essays by leading international lawyers about their own careers and career paths.  It's a useful guide for law students and new lawyers who are seeking to enter the field of international law.  It's also useful for more experienced international lawyers who are seeking to move into a new area of international practice.  Here's the table of contents, which shows a wide range of topics and author experiences:

  • Demystifying the Mystical Career of an International Derivatives Lawyer
  • How Do You Get from Philadelphia to Paris?
  • What You Find Out after you Find Ice
  • My Career As a Latin American Transactional Lawyer
  • A Foreign (to the U.S.) Viewpoint on Practicing International Law
  • A Solo Practitioner's Pathway to International Law Practice
  • The Road to an International In-House Legal Career - A Tale of Two Lawyers
  • Fair Winds and Following Seas: A Career in Admiralty Practice
  • The China Bug
  • A Career in International Commercial Arbitration
  • Practicing International Criminal Law
  • An International Judge in Kosovo
  • The Practice of International Trade Law in the Public Sector
  • From San Francisco to Bulgaria: The Journey of a Private Practitioner Who Became an International Rule of Law Attorney
  • Using the Internet to Develop a Small-Firm International Law Practice
  • Network or Not Work
  • Creating Strategies for Launching and Growing an International Law Practice
  • Click here to learn more about the book

    (mew)

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