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Please join the Florida Bar International Law Section and the International Association of Young Lawyers for the AIJA Half-Year Conference on October 30 – November 2, 2019 in Miami, FL.
On the eve of the 2020, AIJA steps boldly into the third decade of the twenty-first century by gathering for its Half-Year October Conference in the beautiful and dynamic city of Miami. Nestled between world-renowned beaches and a delicate wetlands eco-system, lies the seventh-largest metropolitan region in the United States. Miami is a legal, financial, trade and transportation powerhouse, the gateway to North, Central, and South America, and a cultural melting pot.
Join AIJA and Miami’s diverse and multi-lingual legal community for a top-notch academic programme focusing on business in Latin America, the hottest topics in international litigation, and energy in the age of renewables. Home hospitality and an unforgettable social programme will introduce you to Miami’s warmth and welcoming spirit as well as to its legendary entertainment venues and scene.
The Conference will feature three tracks running in parallel:
1. Doing Business in LATAM 2020: Getting to a Legal State of Bliss;
2. Cross-border Disputes 2020: What to Expect in the Coming Decade;
3. Oil and Gas 2020: Fossil Fuels in a Renewable World.
In addition, the Miami Half-Year Conference will feature a leadership and diversity-focused workshop organized by by AIJA’s Skills, Career, Innovation, Leadership, and Learning (SCILL) Commission.
Who will Attend?
The Conference will attract more than 300 legal professionals, including private practice attorneys, in-house counsel, and government attorneys dealing with diverse cross-border legal issues on a global scale, including litigation, corporate and M&A, compliance, antitrust, international trade, e-commerce.
For registration, sponsorship opportunities, and lodging information, please CLICK HERE. Discounted Early Registration Deadline: September 18, 2019. For additional information, please contact Arnie Lacayo at email@example.com or Eduardo de la Peña at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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