Update on the UNCITRAL Convention on Enforcement of International Settlement Agreements

On June 2, 2014, the United States proposed an UNCITRAL Convention on International Mediation and Conciliation

INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEWERS NEEDED

The International Law Section needs your help to read and review chapters in its new publication

Summary of November 1, 2017 Joint Meeting between FL Bar International Law

ection Liaison Committee/AILA South Florida and DHS Miami/ICE Office of the Chief Counsel – Provided by Larry S. Rifkin

SAVE THE DATE – New Retreat Dates Confirmed and Big News About Our 2018 Annual Section Meeting

The Florida Bar ILS has confirmed new dates for the Section’s Retreat at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa in Bonita Springs.

Successful ILS Outreach Lunch in Orlando

The ILS held a sold out outreach luncheon at the Citrus Club in Orlando on November 16, 2017

Board Certificiation in International Law for Litigators

For the past year and a half, the Foreign Legal Consultant Committee of The Florida Bar, which is chaired by Yine Rodríguez Pérez

Call for Expressions of Interest to Serve on the International Litigation

On November 9, 2017, the Supreme Court of Florida created a new Board Certification in International Litigation and Arbitration through an amendment to the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar.

International Law Quarterly, Fall 2017

International Law Quarterly, Fall 2017, volume XXXIII, no.3

To all members of the International Law Section:

View or download your copy of the 2017 Fall issue of the International Law Quarterly.

Update on the UNCITRAL Convention on Enforcement of International Settlement Agreements

On June 2, 2014, the United States proposed an UNCITRAL Convention on International Mediation and Conciliation (Future Work for Working Group II, U.N. Doc. A/CN.9/822)

Summary of November 1, 2017 Joint Meeting between FL Bar International Law Section Liaison Committee/AILA South Florida and DHS Miami/ICE Office of the Chief Counsel – Provided by Larry S. Rifkin

On November 1, 2017, the Florida Bar International Law Section Liaison Committee to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS)