ILS Chair’s News & Notes
What a great week for ILS Programming! Your ideas and topics are terrific. We have lined up more content to offer in our upcoming ILS Webinars and Webcasts. This week we thank Giacomo Bossa for providing us a Roadmap and Best Practices for working remote during this crisis. Good stuff. We also thank our force majeure team, Tiffany Comprés, Alvin Lindsay, and Carlos Osorio for their presentation on Force Majeure Claims in International Contracts. These issues are evolving and having this up-to-date knowledge is invaluable. Last but certainly not least, we thank Katherine Sanoja who continues creating, coordinating, and moderating our ILS Webinar programming. We are in her debt.
Did you miss a live ILS Webinar due to a client meltdown (or child meltdown)? Do not worry. If you registered to attend live but missed, the recording is available to you for the next 90 days. If you forgot to register, you can still purchase the Webinar at any time and watch. CLEs available.
More ILS Opportunities:
Content. Content. Content. ILS Members are encouraged to submit proposals for Webinars and Webcasts.
Publishing. The ILS is looking for concise articles on emerging critical legal issues. Submit your article to Laura Reich or Ana Barton (Laura@reichrodriguez.com; ABarton@reedsmith.com).
Lawyer Career Opportunities: Are you hiring? Place your announcement in the ILS Gazette! Contact Davide Macelloni (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Student Career Opportunities. If you are hiring graduates or offering law student internships/externships, contact us. The Faculty Liaison Committee is working to create work opportunities for future ILS Members. Contact Clarissa Rodriguez (Clarissa@reichrodriguez.com).
On behalf of the ILS Board we wish everyone continued safety, good health, and the strength to push forward.
Stay safe and be well,